Mr. Moyer concentrates his practice in the areas of construction law, commercial litigation, products liability, and general negligence matters. Currently, his practice is dedicated almost exclusively to the representation of large general contractors, developers, owners, architects, and engineers.
Kellie is a board certified specialist in Construction Law in Florida as well as an AV-rated attorney whose practice areas include liability defense, consisting mostly of: construction defect litigation and professional liability defense. Kellie also practices in the area of wrongful death defense; personal injury defense; cyber security liability; automotive and trucking litigation; premises liability and employers’ liability cases, as well as first party insurance defense and coverage work.
Hannah M. Tyson primarily practices in construction law, while also practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and property damage litigation. Currently, her practice is dedicated primarily to the representation of developers, general contractors, subcontractors, owners, architects, and engineers. Ms. Tyson has argued Motions before the Court, drafted Answers and Affirmative Defenses to Complaints, participated in the depositions of fact and expert witnesses, attended Case Management Conferences, and issued and reviewed written discovery, including construction project files of developers, general contractors, and subcontractors. As a ninth generation Floridian, Ms. Tyson has seen firsthand the continuing growth and development in the state of Florida. While growing up, Ms. Tyson also had the opportunity to learn about the construction industry from the inside out while working as an office assistant at her grandparents’ custom home building company in Melbourne, Florida.
Angelika “Angie” VandenBerg primarily practices in the area of construction law, while also practicing in the areas of commercial litigation and fidelity and surety law. Ms. VandenBerg received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida, M.E. Rinker School of Construction Management and her Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law. Prior to attending law school, she was a Project Engineer for a large commercial contractor overseeing construction of medical, office, and publicly funded projects. Her construction experience ranges from estimating and buy-out to project management and close-out, translating into practical knowledge in dealing with construction matters. Currently, her practice is dedicated almost exclusively to the representation of general contractors, subcontractors, developers, owners, architects, engineers, and sureties.
Lauren M. Eliopoulos practices in construction law and commercial litigation. She represents developers, general contractors, and subcontractors of residential housing communities, including condominiums and large planned communities, as well as commercial structures and retail spaces. In addition, Ms. Eliopoulos’ practice includes premises liability representation for restaurant owners and entrepreneurs.
Alex Allred practices primarily in construction and commercial litigation, representing subcontractors and developers of residential and commercial projects throughout central and south Florida.
Tyler Bennion practices primarily in construction and commercial litigation, representing subcontractors and developers of residential and commercial projects throughout central and south Florida.
Jill M. Dutmers primarily practices in construction law and commercial litigation. Currently, she represents developers, general contractors, and subcontractors of both residential housing communities and commercial structures.
Jeffery “Jeff” Froeschle practices primarily in the area of construction and commercial litigation, representing subcontractors and developers of residential and commercial projects throughout Florida.
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.
Melissa Petersen practices in the areas of construction law and commercial litigation. She represents developers, general contractors, and subcontractors in disputes involving single family homes, condominiums, and commercial and retail spaces. Her practice also encompasses premise liability and personal injury defense.
Rick Rowe mainly practices construction law and commercial litigation, representing contractors and developers for both residential and commercial projects including multi-home subdivisions throughout central and south Florida, as well as high-rise condominiums such as the 55-story Trump Royale tower in Miami. Rick also assists clients with transactional matters such as crafting LLC operating agreements, employment contracts, deeds, and estate planning documents. On the litigation side, Rick’s experience spans fields to include appellate, business, association, and family law, where he routinely drafts pleadings and motions, argues dispositive motions before the court, and submits numerous appellate briefs to the Florida First District Court of Appeal. Recognizing that many clients encounter novel and often complex legal issues, Rick is enthusiastic about working efficiently with his clients to address and tackle these new and developing legal concerns.