Richard Solomon is a native Floridian who was born at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from St. Leo University in 1983, where he was 1st in his class. He then attended the University of Florida College of Law, from which he graduated with honors. In 1986, Mr. Solomon was inducted into the prestigious Order of the Coif.
Over the past 25 years, Mr. Solomon has spent the bulk of his time defending building material manufacturers and suppliers and other product manufacturers in a wide variety of construction, commercial, product, breach of contract, and personal injury claims. He also is one of the principal architects of Florida’s economic loss rule defense, which has helped his construction, commercial, and manufacturing clients avoid millions of dollars of unwarranted tort and extra-contractual liability, thereby empowering them to define and control their rights and liability through the terms and conditions of their bargained for agreements.
Mr. Solomon’s hard work has resulted in him receiving the highest possible AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell, the oldest and most prestigious attorney rating service in the country. He also has published numerous articles and has presented countless seminars on construction litigation and general litigation issues, which helps him stay abreast of the constant changes in the law to better serve his clients. He also spends considerable time serving the Florida Bar and the citizens of Florida as a member of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee, which handles bar grievances filed against attorneys in Central Florida.
Mr. Solomon’s passion for the law and his steadfast desire to go the extra mile for his clients strengthens our overall firm philosophy of providing our clients with creative and strategic solutions to all of their legal problems.
J.D. with honors, University of Florida College of Law (1986)
B.A., summa cum laude, St. Leo University (1983)
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