Mills Paskert Divers is a multi-faceted business litigation firm whose lawyers have been recognized by Chambers USA, Martindale–Hubbell, U.S. News & World Report, SuperLawyers, Florida Trend "Legal Elite,” and Georgia Trend "Legal Elite." Our lawyers are licensed to practice in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and North Carolina. From our offices in Tampa and Atlanta, we serve a diverse client base throughout the southeastern United States.
Our attorneys are nationally recognized in various business contexts including construction, surety, and fidelity litigation, administrative law, appellate law, complex commercial litigation, and creditors’ rights. In every matter, we are committed to providing innovative, effective, and efficient legal representation.
Many of our clients have worked with our lawyers for more than 20 years. By building solid relationships and thinking long-term, our attorneys engage in a varied approach to every legal issue and devise strategies specifically tailored to the needs of each client for each matter entrusted to us. Our attorneys provide quality service with the goal of resolving matters quickly and efficiently. We have a reputation for aggressive advocacy, responsive service, and attention to detail.
Brett Divers Included in "Top 100: 2019 Florida Super Lawyers List"June 11, 2019
Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal Rules Pre-Suit Notice under Chapter 558, Florida Statutes, is an “Action” for Purposes of the Statute of ReposeOn September 12, 2018, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal rendered its opinion in Gindel v. Centex Homes, et al., which will impact construction defect litigation, and particularly the application of the ten-year statute of repose to construction defect cases. In Gindel, homeowners sought to recover damages from their homebuilder for alleged construction defects in their homes. The homeowners closed on and took possession of their homes in March 2004. In February 2014, they served on the builder pre-suit notices of defects pursuant to Chapter 558, Florida Statutes. Several months later, in May 2014, the homeowners filed suit against the builder. September 14, 2018