Clarkson University (M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2001)
George Washington University (Master Certificate, Project Management, 1998)
University of Vermont (M.B.A., 1997)
Pratt Institute (B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1987)
Florida A&M College of Law (J.D., 2015)
Associations / Memberships
Florida Bar – Real Property, Probate & Trust Committee
Florida Bar – Construction Law Subcommittee
Florida Bar – Construction Litigation Subcommittee
Orange County Bar Association – Construction Law Committee
Orange County Bar Association – Business Law Committee
Florida Justice Association
Prior to working at BM&M, I worked for a boutique law firm in central Florida handling exclusively commercial and construction law litigation. I was inspired to become an attorney because I enjoy solving puzzles and arguing for the rights of others. As a litigation attorney, I get to do both as a career.
I feel my biggest strength as an attorney is my ability to understand my client’s situation on factual and emotional levels and then translate that into a successful litigation strategy.
My favorite thing about practicing law is helping people to get justice through the American legal system. I strongly believe that we are country of laws and every person has a right to pursue compensation for wrongs suffered at the hands of others.
I have been an engineer, project manager, and investor. If I was not an attorney I would be focusing on one of those careers.
My wife and I are originally from Queens, New York; we raised our two daughters in Vermont and have been here in Central Florida since 2002. When not working, I spend time with my family and do works through a fraternal organization of my church.