Ball Janik LLP’s Orlando Office Announces that Attorney Evan Small has been Designated by the Florida Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Construction Law


ORLANDO, FLA. and PORTLAND, ORE. – August 15, 2015 – Evan J. Small, an attorney who practices construction litigation in Ball Janik LLP’s Orlando, Florida office, was recognized by the Florida Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Construction Law, entitling him to be called an expert in his field. According to the Florida Bar, Board Certification is the highest level of evaluation of competency and experience within an area of law, and only a very limited number of Florida attorneys are able to claim the status as a Florida Board Certified Construction Lawyer. In order to become certified, Mr. Small had to demonstrate to the Florida Bar that he possesses expert competency in all areas of construction law, as well as professionalism and ethics in practice. Ball Janik LLP is proud of Evan Small’s achievement and his commitment to provide the best legal representation to his clients.

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