Nicholas Moulos joined the firm in March 2018. Prior to attending law school at the University of Florida, Nick received his Bachelor of Science in Building Construction (2011) from University of Florida’s M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction. While attending the M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction, Nick studied all facets of the construction industry, including project estimating, planning, coordination, scheduling, materials, structures, and surveying, to name a few. Nick applies his construction experience in his day-to-day practice in order to effectively represent clients in the construction sector, which include owners, sureties, contractors, subcontractors, independent contractors, suppliers, materialmen, designers, architects, and engineers. Having a background in construction, Nick is able to effectively speak and understand the “language” of construction, which is a vital tool for communicating with clients and for negotiating and litigating complex construction matters.
Since his graduation from the University of Florida School of Law in 2015, Nick has dedicated his practice to construction-related disputes and complex civil litigation. Nick’s background uniquely positions him to handle an array of civil disputes including, but not limited to, lien filing, foreclosure, and defense, performance and payment bond claims, complex construction delay claims, surety claims, insurance defense matters, and design claims
Outside of work, Nick is an avid outdoorsman whom enjoys spending time on the water with friends. He also enjoys carpentry and woodworking, as well as various DIY construction projects.