Dylan Rivers practices primarily in the areas of commercial and administrative litigation. He regularly advises clients in contract disputes, often involving real estate and construction. Dylan has experience in construction defect and mold cases, construction lien cases, delay damage cases, boundary disputes, commercial and residential leasing matters, commercial collections, homeowners’ association disputes, other real estate and construction matters, and numerous other types of contract and business disputes. Dylan has also represented clients in professional licensure matters before several different licensing boards.
University of Florida – Bachelor of Science in Business/Marketing, with honors (2000)
Florida State University College of Law – Juris Doctor, with honors (2003)
Florida Blue Key
All Florida State Courts
United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Florida
The Florida Bar – member of real estate, administrative and litigation sections.
American Bar Associations
Tallahassee Bar Association
State of Florida Board of Architecture and Interior Design - Board Member Appointed by Governor Rick Scott in 2013
Current issues for realtors
The Rotary Club of Tallahassee
William H. Stafford Inn of Court
PACE Center for Girls, Leon County, board of directors
LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, board of directors (executive committee member)
Leadership Tallahassee, Class XXV
Leadership Tallahassee Board of Governors (2009-2013)
Capital Area Gator Club, Board Member, Past President
Obtaining summary judgment in favor of client in a case involving the alleged breaches of road construction contracts in which the damages claimed were in excess of $40 million.
Represented contractors, developers and owners in various construction defect and mold cases.
Obtaining a dismissal of a qui tam case brought against a hospital by a disgruntled former member of the medical staff. The dismissal was affirmed by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals when we were able to successfully argue that the appeal was untimely. The United States Supreme Court refused to consider further appeal of the case.
Represented several companies in public procurement matters, including bid protests and similar cases.
Represented several hospitals and health care organizations.