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Charlotte Warren has extensive experience representing clients in all types of commercial litigation and construction disputes. She represents commercial lenders, public and private owners, developers, design professionals, construction managers, sureties, contractors, and subcontractors in construction disputes. Charlotte's practice focuses on a variety of lending and construction issues including, but not limited to, lender liability, commercial mortgage foreclosure, lien and bond claims, surety claims, construction defects, delay damages, design issues, licensing disputes, and construction contract claims.


  • AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
  • The Best Lawyers in America, Construction Law (2017–2024)

Professional & Community Involvement

  • American Bar Association 
    • Section of Litigation
    • Forum on Construction Law
  • Construction Management Association of America
  • Federal Bar Association
  • The Florida Bar 
    • Construction Law Committee of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section
  • Orange County Bar Association 
    • Chair, Construction Law Committee (2008)
  • Florida Law Review Alumni Association
  • University of Florida Alumni Association

Speaking Engagements

  • “Arbitration and Mediation in Construction Disputes,” presented to central Florida contractors, certified mediators, and arbitrators (August 6, 2008)
  • “AIA Contracts-Construction Manager Forms,” Lorman Education Services (2005, 2006, 2007)
  • “Construction Payment Remedies in Florida,” National Business Institute, Orlando, FL (June 2002)
  • “Florida's Discovery Rule and Latent Construction Defects,” Dispute Resolution Times (Fall 1997)



  • University of Florida College of Law (J.D., 1995)
  • University of Florida (B.S., 1990)

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