Owners, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and sureties certainly share many of the same objectives and concerns on any given project. However, under most project delivery methods, their interests and motivations can diverge significantly. Having a lawyer who is versed in the applicable law, understands the dynamics typical in project relationships, and is devoted to his client’s objectives results in representation that you can trust.
Construction law attorney, Mr. Tanner received Board Certification in Construction Law from the Florida Bar in 2011 and has practiced construction law since 2005. Before specializing in construction law, Mr. Tanner practiced in the more general field of commercial litigation.
During his career as a construction lawyer, Mr. Tanner has represented owners; contractors and subcontractors, large and small; material suppliers; and, sureties. His litigation experience has included projects for the construction of Florida courthouses, public schools, condominiums, marinas, and single family home developments, among others.
United States District Court, Southern District of Florida
United States District Court, District of Columbia
District of Columbia
American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C.
University of Maryland, College Park
Florida Bar, Construction Law Committee, Litigation Subcommittee – Member
American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution Division – Member
Broward County Bar Association, Construction Law Committee – Member
South Broward Bar Association – Member
Construction Specifications Institute – Member
Phi Beta Kappa
Call the construction law attorney Robert S. Tanner today to discuss your legal representation concerning construction contracts, payment issues, contractor or subcontractor nonperformance, liens and bonds, deficient or defective construction, and insurance issues.