David M. Greene

Associate

201 E Pine Street, Suite 600    
Orlando, Florida  32801  

t 407.902.2091  
f 407.902.2105

dgreene@balljanik.com

 

“At Ball Janik, we strive to create trust by finding effective and efficient solutions for our clients while maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards”

David Greene is an associate in Ball Janik LLP’s construction and general civil litigation practices. His practice focuses on representing owners and associations in all aspects of commercial and residential construction defect litigation. He has successfully represented clients in disputes involving single-family homes, townhouses, apartment complexes, and condominiums.

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“At Ball Janik, we strive to create trust by finding effective and efficient solutions for our clients while maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards”

David Greene is an associate in Ball Janik LLP’s construction and general civil litigation practices. His practice focuses on representing owners and associations in all aspects of commercial and residential construction defect litigation. He has successfully represented clients in disputes involving single-family homes, townhouses, apartment complexes, and condominiums.

Mr. Greene’s legal experience prior to joining Ball Janik LLP includes serving several years as an assistant Public Defender representing clients accused of misdemeanor and felony crimes, two years defending personal injury and wrongful death claims, and two years as panel counsel representing a large insurance corporation in defending construction defect claims. Mr. Greene’s experience in defending insurance companies and businesses in construction litigation offers him a unique perspective in ensuring his clients are able to maximize their recovery through pre-suit negotiations or litigation.

As part of his professional activities, Mr. Greene has been an active member of the Inns of Court since 2011 where he has authored and presented CLE programs including such topics as jury selection, using and defending against motions for sanctions, and preventing mistrials due to technology in the courtroom.

When not at the office or in court, Mr. Greene enjoys spending time with his wife and two children boating, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors.

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Education

J.D., with honors, 2010
Florida Coastal School of Law
  Dean’s List 2008–2010
  Governor’s Merit Scholarship

B.A., Political Science/Pre-Law;
Psychology, 2006
University of Central Florida
  Dean’s List 2003–2006

Admissions

Florida
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida

Events

  • A View to Kill (57.105 sanctions)

  • 02/09/2016

  • Tampa, Florida

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  • Impact of Electronic Communications on the Judiciary

  • 05/07/2013

  • Tampa, Florida

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  • Twitter, Tweets and the Internet: Trouble in the Courtroom

  • 03/08/2011

  • Tampa, Florida

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