For over thirty years, lawyer and entrepreneur, Robert Smoley, has been involved in emerging companies on the cutting edge where technology meets commerce. Smoley calls himself a "serial entrepreneur," and this is certainly an accurate description. He has a talent for developing emerging trends in technology and business. In the 1980's, he developed retail cell phone stores. And during the past decade, Smoley was one of the founders of MDLive, a cloud based company that allows consumers to consult with doctors and board licensed therapists via their computer or electronic device. MD Live integrated with Google Health several years ago and recently began working with Walgreens to expand the retail giant's virtual healthcare platform. In the 1990's, he developed "Telecompanions," the nation's first telephonic dating service. When the Internet revolution began to take off around the turn of the century, Smoley was right there, founding Icom Group, a pioneer in the emerging Internet marketing of pharmaceuticals. The above are just a few of the successful companies Smoley has been involved with. Smoley is also a trial lawyer who was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1978. One of the highlights of his long and distinguished legal career is having been sworn in by Justice Earl Warren to practice before the Supreme Court in 1985. Smoley was also the Mayor of North Bay Village, Florida from 1976 to 1982.