Boyd & Jenerette hires 2 construction law attorneys

Beth-Ann Schulman and Jennifer G. Haynes will work out of the law firm's Orlando office

Oct.October 16, 2016 03:00 PM

Construction law attorneys Beth-Ann Schulman and Jennifer G. Haynes have joined Boyd & Jenerette, P.A., at the law firm’s Orlando office.

Schulman leads the law firm’s construction law group, which represents insurers, general contractors, subcontractors, developers and designers across Florida.

Schulman, who has a law degree from the Stetson University College of Law, began her career in construction law with Moye, O’Brien, O’Rourke, Pickert & Martin. She represented owners and contractors in cases related to theme park construction, civil construction, Florida lien claims and building design.

Haynes, who got her law degree at the University of Miami School of Law, joined Boyd & Jenerette as an associate in the Orlando office, where her practice focuses on construction defect litigation.

In addition to the law firm’s Orlando location, Boyd & Jenerette has Florida offices in Jacksonville and Coconut Creek and a Savannah, Georgia, office.

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