Matthew B. Greetham primarily practices in construction law and contract litigation where he represents developers, general contractors, and subcontractors of residential and commercial construction projects. He also represents insureds in personal injury defense, and presents at seminars in the emerging field of cybersecurity law and policy.
Matt grew up in central Florida and graduated cum laude from Stetson University College of Law. While there, he served as an editor for the Stetson Law Review and interned with the Honorable Judge Thomas B. McCoun, III in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Matt traces his litigation experience back through law school where he clerked with a large litigation firm and served as a legal intern for a local legal services clinic. He has extensive experience conducting legal research and drafting motions, as well as attending hearings, depositions, and trials. He is an avid runner and, in his free time, he enjoys attending soccer matches and taking trips to the beach with his wife and two young children.
Presentations & Publications
St. Petersburg Bar Association – “We Have Been Hacked! : Cybersecurity Risk/Liability for Law Firms and Clients”
Private Engagements/Seminar – “Cybersecurity 101: Cyber Liability and Legal Standards in Florida”
American Bar Association
Florida Bar Association
J.D., Stetson University College of Law, 2017, cum laude
M.A., Lee University, 2014
B.A., Lee University, 2010
Florida State Courts
Six Hundred Unit Residential Complex, Celebration, Florida
In this construction defect case, Jason Moyer and Lauren Eliopoulos represent an HVAC subcontractor. Critical to their early success in this matter was the granting of a motion absolving their client of liability on a large issue throughout the community.
Downtown Mixed-use Condominium Development, St. Petersburg, FL
Jason Moyer and Hannah Tyson represent the general contractor in this construction defect lawsuit involving a well-known downtown St. Petersburg mixed use development.