In a recent article by Business Today, Tampa partner Amanda Buffinton was listed among the "Top 10 Influential Florida Construction Lawyers Boosting Industry Standards in 2023."
In the publication’s must-read feature for those in the construction industry, Business Today puts a spotlight on ten impeccable construction attorneys who have made a profound impact in Florida’s legal ecosystem. According to the publication, the "Top 10 Influential Florida Construction Lawyers Boosting Industry Standards in 2023" possess a combination of experience, skills and knowledge that constantly help them emerge victorious in their field. These attorneys are noted for their noteworthy contributions to construction law, including cases involving construction claims, bid protests, professional liability disputes and construction defect cases.
According to Business Today, Amanda is known for her significant contribution to the construction industry, specifically her array of work in construction defect cases. It additionally noted that “her research and presentation skills are especially acknowledged and respected.”
Click here to read the "Top 10 Influential Florida Construction Lawyers Boosting Industry Standards in 2023."
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About Amanda B. Buffinton
Amanda B. Buffinton is a partner in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Construction Litigation Practice Group. A Martindale Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney, Amanda is also Board Certified in Construction Law by The Florida Bar. Amanda specializes in the litigation and arbitration of complex claims related to professional negligence and design errors and omissions. She also regularly represents design professionals, contractors, owners and developers in various types of construction disputes including claims related to landfills owned by electric generation facilities, storm water systems, retail structures, roadways and bridges, hospitals, municipal wastewater treatment facilities, warehouse structures, large condominium and multi-family structures, and sinkhole remediation design.