Ball Janik LLP’s construction practice group provides a unique and multifaceted approach to handling each of our client’s cases.
Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) March 07, 2017
Jeffrey A. Widelitz has joined Ball Janik LLP’s Orlando office as an associate in its Construction practice group. Mr. Widelitz’s practice is devoted to assisting clients solve complex construction problems with a focus on representing owners in prosecuting construction defect and insurance coverage claims. He has extensive experience handling large scale residential and commercial construction defect cases.
Before joining Ball Janik LLP, Mr. Widelitz defended a variety of clients in the construction industry, including general contractors, design professionals, and subcontractors. This experience provides Mr. Widelitz with a unique perspective on how his adversaries approach and prepare their defenses to construction defect matters.
Mr. Widelitz is a member of the Florida Bar’s Real Property Section and Construction Law Section. He is also a member of the Broward County and Orange County Bar Associations.
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Ball Janik LLP is a Pacific Northwest law firm headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with an office in Orlando, Florida. For over thirty years, Ball Janik LLP has been providing outstanding legal services in the areas of bankruptcy and creditor rights, commercial litigation, construction and design, construction litigation, employment, real estate and land use, insurance recovery for policyholders, and securities litigation.
Ball Janik LLP represents large and small businesses; state, municipal and local governments; associations; schools and universities; and individuals. Ball Janik LLP provides clients an aggressive, skilled, team approach to solve problems and achieve results. Ball Janik LLP has been recognized by Chambers USA, U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in America©, and Corporate International. Ball Janik LLP’s success and integrity have repeatedly made it one of “Oregon’s Most Admired Professional Firms,” according to the Portland Business Journal’s survey results of CEOs throughout the region.