Mr. Brady is a partner in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office. He is an AV-rated attorney with over 37 years of a broad range of experience in both the public and private sectors. His background includes representation of several municipalities and public boards. He remains the city attorney for a South Florida municipality for which he has been city attorney for over 31 years, during which time he has provided counsel in the areas ranging from labor, civil rights, zoning and land use law to the areas of common legislation and daily policy-making. Moreover, he has represented national and multi-national corporations in a multitude of endeavors.
From the private sector perspective, Mr. Brady has extensive experience in real estate and land use law, including providing transactional counsel and title advice in the acquisition, financing, zoning, development, and re-development of real property, through sales to institutional, corporate, and individual buyers. He has provided counsel and otherwise participated in various matters involving environmental regulations and law, coordinating with engineers and other experts to resolve real and alleged environmental problems.
He also represents issuers and recipients in bond and housing assistance financing. Rounding out his practice, he has conducted and continues to actively conduct non-jury and jury trials in the state and federal courts, as well as prosecuting and defending appeals from such courts.