Meredith Reynolds practices construction law and commercial litigation in Peckar & Abramson’s Miami office. She represents and counsels construction and design professionals, commercial landlords, and other business clients in the areas of contract preparation and dispute resolution. Her practice includes the litigation of contract disputes, bond claims, construction lien foreclosures, insurance claims, commercial landlord-tenant disputes, and business torts. Ms. Reynolds has experience representing clients in state and federal courts, bankruptcy adversary proceedings, regulatory investigations, mediation, and in responding to grand jury subpoenas.
Ms. Reynolds received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and English from Indiana University, and her law degree, cum laude, from Loyola University School of Law. While in law school, Ms. Reynolds was an active moot court competitor, winning the regional competition and best brief award in the American College of Trial Lawyers’ National Moot Court Competition and was a semi-finalist in the Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition. Ms. Reynolds also served as an active participant in Loyola’s Law Related Education Program, in which she educated youth offenders about the juvenile justice process and the legal system. She currently volunteers for Florida’s Guardian ad Litem Program, advocating for children in the foster system.