Trial Experience

Your construction and business law firm should be well-qualified to represent you at trial.  Your attorney should be experienced in a broad range of adjudicative proceedings including:

- jury trials

- bench trials

- state trial courts

- state appeals courts

- federal trial courts

- federal appeals courts

- administrative bodies

- arbitrations

Are you considering an attorney with this breadth of experience?

 Representative Trial Experience Spanning Three Decades:
DBCC v. BD Architects – Tavares, FL Circuit Court, Bench 1991.
 
D. Schofield v. DeLeuw Cather – Ft. Lauderdale FL Circuit Court, Jury 1992.
 
Auver Village v. Hubbard Const. – Orlando FL, AAA Arbitration 1993.
 
Sovran Const v. Fla. Precast Const. – Orlando FL Circuit Court, Jury 1995.
 
Atlantica Condo Ass'n. v. Peck Construction – Daytona FL Circuit Court, Jury 1995.
 
GIT v. Morrison Knudsen – Denver CO, Federal District Court, Jury 1996.
 
R. Robinson & Sons v. GIT – Grand Junction CO, Federal District Court, Jury 1999.
 
Clark Dillards Inc. v. Allbrite Elec. – Sanford FL Circuit Court, Jury 2000.
 
ADF Int’l. v. Baker-Mellon-Stuart – Orlando FL, Federal District Court, Bench 2001.
 
Universal CDP v. Electric Mach. Enterp. – Orlando FL Circuit Court, Bench 2003.
 
Apollo Electric v. Nortel Networks – Orlando FL Circuit Court, Jury 2003.
 
DME v ATTI – Orlando FL, Federal District Court, Bench 2003.
 
CED v. F. Casserino Constr. – Orlando FL, AAA Arbitration 2006.
 
Pro. Plast. v. CED/Northbridge – Orlando FL Circuit Court, Jury 2007.
 
SDC v. Tarragon Dev. Corp. – Miami FL, AAA Arbitration 2009.
 
CED v. Steidle Bros. Constr. – Tampa FL Circuit Court, Jury 2010.
 
Weiss v. K.E.L. Title Ins. Co. - Orlando FL Circuit Court, Jury 2014
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