Commercial and Construction
1819 Main Street, Suite 610
Sarasota, FL 34236
Neil Saydah is a commercial and construction litigator with experience in real estate litigation, business litigation, and construction litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in construction disputes, including acceleration claims, delay claims, construction defect claims, and lien claims. His engagements have involved single-family homes, multi-family apartment projects, condominiums, FDOT highway projects, and commercial buildings.
Neil also has significant experience in community association law, creditor/debtor law, and complex litigation. He represents developers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, landlords, condominium associations, and homeowner association. He has litigated disputes in the Florida state courts, federal district courts, bankruptcy courts, and he has been admitted pro hac vice in other states to litigate his clients’ claims. He also has experience arbitrating disputes.
Prior to practicing law, Neil obtained a bachelor’s degree in biology from Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania on an Army ROTC scholarship. After graduating, he served six years in the Army as an infantry officer in the 82nd Airborne Division, as well as other units. After being honorably discharged from the Army, he pursued is law degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Neil was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2005, and he is also a member of the Federal Districts Courts for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida.
- Temple University, PA, B.A., Law
- Lafayette College, Easton, PA, B.A., Biology
- Florida, 2005
- The Florida Bar
- Federal Districts Court Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida