Craig Berman is one of Florida’s most recognized and respected employment law attorneys. Over his many years of service, has helped settle and rectify a wide variety of employment issues.
His doors are always open to ALL inquiries and questions. He gets great satisfaction out of helping his clients navigate the frustrating and confusing employment law issues that can cause so much stress. If you are experiencing any issues with your employer, or even if you just want the peace of mind know whether an infraction has been committed, we encourage you to reach out to use today.
1992, South Carolina, U.S. District Court, Southern District of South Carolina and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit (inactive); 1993, Massachusetts (inactive); 1995, Florida and U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida; 1996, U.S. District Court, Southern and Northern Districts of Florida
University of South Carolina, J.D.
University of Florida
The Florida Bar (Member, Labor and Employment Law Sections); Massachusetts Bar Association (inactive); South Carolina Bar
The Florida Bar (Member, Labor and Employment Law Sections); Massachusetts Bar Association (inactive); South Carolina Bar (inactive); Clearwater, Hillsborough County and American (Member, Labor and Employment Law Sections) Bar Associations; National Employment Law Association – NELA; Florida Employment Lawyers Association – FLNELA.
While attending the University of South Carolina School of Law he was a member of the Order of the Wig and Robe and Authored:
“South Carolina Whistleblower Protection: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” 43 S.C.L. Rev. 415, 1992. Conducts speeches on labor and employment law matters.
Miami, Florida, December 23, 1965
Before becoming an employment law attorney and founding the Firm in 1998, Mr. Berman worked as an associate with firms who practiced both plaintiff-side and defense-side employment litigation. In these positions, Mr. Berman acquired extensive knowledge of employment law and developed trial advocacy skills. During law school, Mr. Berman clerked for a plaintiff’s side employment law firm and published a law review article in the South Carolina Law Review titled “Whistleblower Protection: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly,” 43 S.C.Law Rev. 215 (1992).