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Bret Feldman is a board-certified construction lawyer practicing in the areas of construction and commercial litigation. He specializes in resolving construction disputes for clients through negotiation, litigation, arbitration, or mediation. His clients typically include project developers, engineers, architects, contractors, sub-contractors, material suppliers, property owners, and condominium and homeowners’ associations. In addition to drafting and negotiating construction contracts, he has litigated cases involving claims for breach of contract, breach of warranty, design or construction defects, insurance coverage and defense, negligence and professional negligence, unjust enrichment, construction liens, non-competes and product defect litigation.
Bret has served as developers’ counsel in numerous design defect and construction defect claims, many involving the statutory warranty under Chapter 718, Florida Statutes. He has represented design professionals and contractors in construction disputes with owners and has served as counsel for owners and associations in claims against developers, contractors, and designers.
American Bar Association, Construction Law &Trial Lawyer Sections
The Florida Bar, Board Certified in Construction Law by the Florida Bar, Board of Legal Specialization
Hillsborough County Bar Association
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), Tampa Chapter of the Florida Peninsula Chapter - Board Member
Justice William G. Terrell American Inn of Court