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Construction Law Luncheon/CLE: Revisiting Great Cases in Construction Law: Where Are They Now?
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When: 12 - 4 PM
Where: Chester H. Ferguson Law Center
1610 N. Tampa Street
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States

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4.5 CLE credits 

Topics and Speakers:

Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Kelly Bittick and Jon Gatto)

County of Brevard v. Miorelli Eng’g, Inc. (Andy Mayts)

T&S Enterprises Handicap Accessibility, Inc. v. Wink Indus. Maintenance & Repair, Inc. (Cindy Dennen)

Slavin v. Kay (Andy Dogali)


Kelly Bittick, Esq., Carlton Fields Jordan Burt, practices general civil and appellate litigation. His litigation experience includes business disputes (contract, business torts, and federal and state RICO claims), lender liability, administrative law, and products liability.

Cindy Dennen, Esq., Pennington P.A

Brent Bell, Esq., Shutts & Bowen LLP

Jon Gatto, Esq., Carlton Fields Jordan Burt, focuses his practice on health care and health care litigation, with a focus on the representation of hospitals. He has handled complex litigation matters, including qui tam lawsuits, major government investigations, and multi-million dollar contract litigation. He also provides regulatory advice, with particular expertise in the areas of public hospital leases, sovereign immunity, public records and open meetings laws, credentialing and peer review issues, and Medicare/Medicaid billing and fraud and abuse issues.

Andy Mayts, Esq., Gray Robinson., has handled construction litigation matters for owners, subcontractors, suppliers and Community Development Districts. The matters handled include lien actions, bond claims, construction defect issues and claims for equitable adjustment of contracts. Additionally, Andy has represented design professionals including architects in class-action litigation. He has also represented business clients in the formation of entities, litigation issues regarding noncompetition agreements, banking litigation, general corporate representation and commercial litigation. Andy has represented national banks in state and federal court in numerous trials.

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