Andrew J. Oppenheim


Driven and practical, Andrew is a member of the Litigation and Disputes Service Line, where he focuses his practice in the areas of commercial and business litigation and construction law. He advises and represents clients across numerous industries, including construction, building materials, property development, manufacturing, and professional services.

Andrew has particular experience guiding individuals and businesses through all phases of construction litigation. Having represented parties on both sides of construction lien law issues, including developers, contractors, engineers, small businesses, homeowners, and sureties, Andrew’s well-rounded and thorough approach to resolving these disputes is an added benefit to his clients.

With an undergraduate education in economics and business, Andrew approaches problems with an eye towards real-world, economical solutions. During law school, he was on the Dean's List each semester and received the Book Award in Trial Practice. He was also the Education Chair and a member of the Executive Board of The Florida Moot Court Team. Prior to his last year of law school, Andrew served as an intern for the Honorable Edwin A. Scales, III in the Third District Court of Appeal in Miami, Florida, where he drafted appellate opinions; provided civil, criminal, and administrative case recommendations; prepared case summaries for three-judge panels; and reviewed extraordinary writs and post-conviction motions.

Away from the office, Andrew enjoys socializing with friends, playing golf and hockey, and traveling.

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