Mr. Morgan Wood Streetman is the founder and principal of Streetman Law in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Streetman is licensed to practice law in Florida and Mississippi, where he was born. He is also licensed to practice before all federal courts in the Northern and Middle Districts of Florida, the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Mr. Streetman has a wealth of experience in business transactions and disputes. He advises small and closely-held businesses on all of their legal needs, which range from contracts with customers and vendors, to employee relations and human resources issues, to shareholder or member disputes, just to name a few.
Part of Mr. Streetman’s business practice is his focus on representing construction-related businesses and individuals. He has handled every aspect of construction law, including drafting contracts, helping individuals obtain proper licensing, construction liens, construction defect claims, and payment and performance bond claims against surety bonding companies.
Mr. Streetman represents individuals who have been injured by another’s negligence, which includes everything from car and trucking accidents, to dog bites, to a landlord’s allowing a criminal assailant to enter an apartment building common area and viciously attack a tenant by failing to secure common areas with locks and keys.
Mr. Streetman received his law degree from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina and his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Florida in Gainesville. While at the University of Florida, Mr. Streetman was honored with election to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, which is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society. The Society invites less than 1 percent of graduating seniors to become members.
|FL||Member in Good Standing||2004||09/07/2019|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Federalist Society||President||2010 - Present|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association, Trial Lawyers Section||Director||2009 - Present|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||New Pleading Requirements for Mortgage Foreclosures||2015|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||Limitations on the Discovery of ESI||2014|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||Public Officials’ Liability Under The Little Miller Act||2011|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||Initial Notice Required For Payment Bond Claims||2010|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||Attorney Fees Under the Prompt Payment Act and a Growing Uncertainty||2010|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||Waiver of AIA - A312 Payment Bond Defenses After J.C. Gibson||2008|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||J.S.U.B. and CGL Coverage for Defective Subcontractor Work||2008|
|Federalist Society State Court Docket Watch||Florida Court Snapshot||2008|
|Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine||Dadeland Depot and Surety Bad Faith||2007|
|Duke Law and Technology Review||Carnivore: Will It Devour Your Privacy?||2001|
|Duke Law and Technology Review||Liberty for Security||2001|
|Duke University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2003|
|University of Florida||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1999|
|Trial & Litigation Section Annual CLE||Ethics, Evidence and the Wayback Machine||2014|
|Construction Claims in Florida||Ethical Issues In Construction Claims and Litigation||2008|
|19th Annual Southern Surety & Fidelity Claims Conference||The Forty-Five Day Response Period Under the AIA 312 Payment Bond||2008|
|18th Annual Southern Surety & Fidelity Claims Conference||Limiting A Takeover Surety's Liability To The Bond Penal Sum||2007|
|18th Annual Northeast Surety & Fidelity Claims Conference||Complete Waiver Of Defenses: When is the notice the surety never received good enough?||2007|
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Thu Aug 01 2019
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