About Christopher Weiss Attorney at Law, P.A.

Christopher J. Weiss

Christopher J. Weiss

Christopher J. Weiss has been practicing construction law for 39 years. Mr. Weiss is a board certified construction attorney.  For 35 years, via amalgamation with Holland & Knight, LLP, Mr. Weiss focused exclusively on Construction Law and co-chaired the Florida Construction Practice Group.

Mr. Weiss recently founded his own mediation and construction boutique firm in 2012.  He is able to assist you in mediating your dispute or enforcing your to help manage risk in any civil case.

Mr. Weiss has represented clients in construction defect, delay, disruption, acceleration claims involving all aspects of construction.  Mr. Weiss has conducted major litigation in many state and federal courts, and has also participated in many arbitrations. Mr. Weiss’ focus of late has been on claims arising from or relating to leaks in building envelope systems, which cause water intrusion, mold and mildew.  Mr. Weiss has experience in handling defense of OSHA claims.

We work comfortably with construction managers, project managers, developers, architects, engineers and building owners.  Should a dispute arise between the parties, we are prepared to assist.  In the event an alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation, project neutrals, or the like, is unsuccessful, we are litigators. The Firm has the resources to litigate matters before arbitration panels, state and federal courts.
Mr. Weiss is frequently asked to serve as a private arbitrator or with the stipulation of the parties, act as a mediator in a variety of construction matters.

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