Casey is an experienced commercial litigator who represents businesses and individuals in a diverse array of complex commercial disputes. His practice includes representing plaintiffs and defendants in high stakes, bet-the-company litigation involving ownership and control of closely-held businesses, shareholder disputes, and allegations of wrongdoing by corporate officers, partners, and fiduciaries. Casey has significant experience litigating complex real-estate related disputes, with a particular interest in representations involving commercial and residential landlord-tenant disputes throughout Florida. The real estate-related aspect of Casey’s practice includes representing condominium associations, residential unit owners, and commercial unit owners in high dollar-value controversies.
Separately, Casey has represented institutional clients and individuals in a variety of financial-fraud related matters, including investors who suffered significant losses in Ponzi schemes. He also maintains an active general commercial litigation practice spanning all types of contract, insurance, and business matters of every size and complexity, situated across a wide variety of ind...
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
University of Miami School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2004
University of Miami, B.A., magna cum laude, 2001