Craig Bermingham Joins Broad and Cassel’s Orlando Office

ORLANDO, Fla. – [Nov. 30, 2016] — Statewide law firm Broad and Cassel today announced the addition of Craig Bermingham as an associate in the Real Estate Practice Group.

Prior to joining the firm, Bermingham was an independent practitioner, representing and advising clients in the areas of commercial and residential real estate transactions and litigation. He also has experience advising on title review and preparation, landlord/tenant law, condominium and homeowners’ association law matters, as well as matters relating to business structuring, contracts, commercial and construction law.

Before the start of his legal career, Bermingham was an opera singer in Germany and served in the United States Army, receiving a bronze star in the Gulf War as a lieutenant in a rocket artillery battalion.

Bermingham returns to Orlando after nearly seven years overseas followed by a brief time in South Florida. Fluent in German and Spanish, he holds a bachelor’s in biology from Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania and a master’s in political science from Universität Augsburg in Germany. He earned his juris doctor from the University of Florida College of Law.

News of Bermingham joining the firm is the latest in a series of announcements tied to Broad and Cassel’s growth in Orlando and across the state. Recently, the firm announced the additions of Associates Jennings Brian Cooksey IV, John David Lind, Andrea Morgan, Heather Purdy, Lawrence Raab and Timothy Wombles in Orlando; Associate Samuel Bookhardt in Miami; Associate Jason Lambert in Tampa; and Partner Melissa VanSickle and Associate Joshua Stratton in Tallahassee.

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