I am David Adelstein. I am a Florida board certified construction attorney and a partner at the law firm of Kirwin Norris, P.A. A large part of my practice is dedicated to construction law and I separately blog about construction law and government contracting at Florida Construction Legal Updates. I also handle other types of disputes including lost profit cases, insurance coverage disputes, disputes involving commercial leases, real property disputes, whistleblower disputes (including those under the False Claims Act), and cases dealing with trade secrets and non-compete agreements. I handle disputes with alternative or innovative fee arrangements. If interested in learning more about alternative or innovative fee arrangements, please check out my e-book:
I created this blog because I care about the strategy and analysis that goes into persuasively proving a case, presenting evidence, and appealing potentially incorrect rulings. This strategy and analysis is also important so that clients can make informed business decisions about their case. This applies whether a party is prosecuting a claim or defending a claim.
Please contact me if I can help PROVE YOUR CASE!
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Phone: (954) 361-4720
Cell: (954) 295-6117
This blog was created for educational purposes only to give the reader a general understanding of legal issues and topics pertaining to Florida appellate, evidentiary, and trial perspectives. This blog is not intended to provide specific legal advice nor should any reader construe any information contained in this blog as legal advice. The updates and issues in this blog should not be used as a substitute or replacement for obtaining competent legal advice from an attorney that can best advise the reader based on the facts, legal issues, and circumstances of their matter. As the law always changes, and legal strategies differ from attorney to attorney, no representation or warranty is made as to the information in this blog. By using this blog, the reader understands that no attorney-client relationship has developed between the blogger and the reader, and that this blog does not provide the reader specific legal advice with any issues he/she may face.