Daniel A. Weber is an Associate Attorney at Sachs Sax Caplan practicing within the Community Associations Practice Group as well as in the Governmental & Lobbying Practice Group. Mr. Weber focuses his practice on representing community associations as general counsel, and private corporations and governmental entities regarding compliance with agency administrative regulations, state and federal regulations, agency budgetary appropriations, compliance with grant obligations, and contractual disputes.
Mr. Weber began his legal career working with a solo practitioner representing municipalities in defense of worker’s compensation and liability claims. Prior to joining our law firm, Mr. Weber practiced community association, real estate and business law, and brings extensive knowledge and expertise in the operations and management of community associations. He has handled a wide range of matters including interpreting and amending governing documents, litigating covenant enforcement cases, prosecuting lien foreclosure actions, reviewing and negotiating contracts, and all manner of general counsel work. Mr. Weber has an undergraduate degree in business management from Florida State University and a Juris Doctor degree from Florida Coastal School of Law.
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