Mr. Margolis has been practicing complex commercial litigation, government law and construction law since 2017. Mr. Margolis is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Florida. Mr. Margolis regularly represents governmental entities in matters involving sovereign immunity, qualified immunity, 11th Amendment immunity, federal state action doctrines, 1983 actions, wrongful death claims, municipal code violations, Chapter 119 violations, harassment, gender discrimination, retaliation, Title VII, Title IX, Federal and State whistleblower violations, fraud, and a battery of common law torts.
Mr. Margolis also has extensive experience relating to construction. Mr. Margolis has represented owners, developers, general contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, product manufacturers, and other professionals involved in the purchasing or construction of real estate in a variety of contexts. These representations include construction and design defect disputes, real estate development disputes, and other miscellaneous matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Margolis practiced at a national commercial litigation firm and was an Assistant General Counsel at the State of Florida’s Department of Economic Opportunity, where a large portion of this work included review and facilitation of certain land development regulations, and approval and/or denial of comprehensive plan changes for local governments, and facilitation of procurement efforts.