Brian Abergel is a Partner with the firm. He focuses his practice on civil and commercial litigation, construction litigation, and real estate litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Brian worked with several large and boutique law firms in the Fort Lauderdale and Miami area. A practicing litigator, Brian has tried multiple matters before the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida as well as numerous cases at the state level.
Professionally, Brian J. Abergel holds associations with several organizations. He was admitted to the Federal Court of the Middle and Southern District of Florida, and he has also served as Deputy-Chair of the Federal Bar Association’s Corporate and Association Counsel Division. Additionally, he has been published in the Federal Bar Journal.
Brian Abergel built the foundation of his career, beginning at the University of Florida, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree. Additionally, he studied at Sciences Po, a highly selective, world-class research university with international accreditation whose merit is based on its values of excellence and openness. As a student at Sciences Po, located in Paris, France, Brian studied in the Political Science and Globalization International Program.
After completing his work with Science Po and the University of Florida, Brian Abergel enrolled at the University of Miami School of Law. While a student, he was a member of the International and Comparative Law Review, where he honed his litigation skills, served as President of the Jewish Law Students Association, and he was the Vice President of the Business and Corporate Law Society. Brian was also the recipient of the Legal Communication and Research Outstanding Oralist Award.
Additionally, Brian Abergel is a multitalented individual and an active member of the Chabad Jewish Community where he lives. He loves being a dad and giving back to his neighborhood and region. Brian is bilingual, fluent in both English and French, and he has also played rugby while attending undergrad at the University of Florida.