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Individual Profile

James E Moye

Moye, O’Brien, Pickert & Dillon, LLP - Maitland

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  • 800 South Orlando Avenue
  • Maitland, Florida, USA
  • FL 32751

Profile submitted by James E Moye

Practice Areas

Construction. Has extensive experience representing US and international contractors, construction managers, design professionals, engineering firms and other construction-related participants in the USA, the Caribbean basin, Central and South America, the Middle East, North Africa and Canada in multi-million dollar contract reviews, contract negotiations, bid reviews and protests, claim preparation and disputes in all types of proceedings (dispute resolution boards, arbitrations and court).

Professional Memberships

ABA Forum on the Construction Industry (Founding Steering Committee Member, Div. 13 (Public Contracting)); Certified Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association; Court of Federal Claims Bar Association.


Board certified in construction law by The Florida Bar; admitted to Georgia Bar (1982), Florida (1989); Texas (2012); England and Wales (2013); Senior Partner of Moye, O'Brien, Pickert & Dillon, LLP, Florida (28 years); admitted to US District Court, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida; US District Court of Northern Georgia; US Court of Appeals, Fifth, Eleventh and DC Circuits; US Supreme Court; Adjunct Professor, University of Central Florida, Dept. of Civil, Environmental & Construction Engineering.


Co-Author, "Construction Law," USA Chapter, The European Lawyer Reference Series, 2012; currently co-authoring a chapter regarding the competitive negotiation of government construction contracts for the third edition of Federal Government Construction Contracts, which is scheduled to be published this year.


Received a BSE (cum laude) from University of Central Florida in 1978 and a JD from University of Florida in 1981 as a member of the Law Review; inducted into Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering National Honor Society), Tau Beta Pi (Engineering National Honor Society) and Omicron Delta Kappa; and a member of the President's Leadership Council.