Mr. Berry's practice focuses primarily on the areas of construction law and commercial litigation. He has extensive experience in defending general contractors, subcontractors, and product manufacturers in various aspects of construction disputes, including pre-suit claims and defects under Chapter 558 of Florida Statutes, litigation, arbitration and mediation. Mr. Berry is also experienced in prosecuting claims and lawsuits on behalf of contractors during ongoing construction and after substantial completion, including claims for delay and disruption, acceleration, change orders, and contract disputes.
Mr. Berry's most recent experience includes playing a key role in the representation of a joint venture in a lawsuit in excess of $200,000,000 regarding a combined cycle power plant; prosecuting a lien for a general contractor in the development of a residential community; defending a general contractor in litigation from a claim for allegedly unpaid amounts brought by a subcontractor; and advising multi-national general contractors and joint ventures in matters of construction law across the United States.
- Construction Law (Transactional and Litigation)
- Commercial Litigation
- University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 2013
- University of Florida, B.A., 2010