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Spotlight Jack D. Webb

Jack Webb is a partner in the Jacksonville, Florida office, and practices commercial litigation, construction law and general business practice in a variety of areas, including labor & employment law....
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Brennan, Manna & Diamond is a business law firm serving entrepreneurs and businesses in a wide variety of industries. True to the entrepreneurial spirit, we have a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities faced by businesses of every size.

Because we operate on sound business principles ourselves, we minimize our expenses so we can offer exceptional value from attorneys with a wealth of experience in advising businesses.

We invite you to learn more about our full-service law firm and discover the ways our pro-business expertise can benefit you and your business.

Recent News BMD Successfully Defends $4.2 Million Defective-Work Claim; Obtains Award for Construction Client in Excess of $600,000 in International Arbitration

Brennan, Manna & Diamond recently assisted a large, Northeast Ohio based construction firm win a major victory in arbitration before the American Arbitration Association, International Centre for Dispute Resolution. BMD’s client provided owner’s-representative services for a Malaysian exhibit company concerning … Read more.

BMD Attorney Thomas Cardone to Present to Subcontractors’ Association of Northeast Ohio: “Insurance Considerations for the Construction Industry”

When:              Thursday, April 2, 2015, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Where:             Subcontractors’ Association of Northeast Ohio (SANEO) 637 Vernon Odom Blvd., Akron, OH 44307 Brennan, Manna & Diamond attorney Thomas Cardone will be giving a presentation concerning insurance considerations for … Read more.

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