Fred Mohre is an AV Preeminent Rated® civil trial lawyer, who chairs the firm’s Design Professional/Construction Litigation practice. Fred brings more than 14 years of experience managing a diverse range of business and tort matters, from professional liability, insurance defense and contract drafting/interpretation/disputes to product liability and wrongful death defense. Fred’s primary focus is design professional/complex commercial/construction litigation, where he takes pride in providing his clients creative and cost-effective risk management and loss-shifting strategies, whether the problem is transactional, regulatory or arising from litigation or an alternative dispute resolution setting.
Fred advises clients on the nuances of each particular problem, highlighting the practical and economic issues arising from the available solutions and the potential ramifications to his client’s core business. His attention to detail and diligent preparation allow him to be creative, while providing his clients opportunities for claim avoidance in advance of incurring those associated expenses. This has earned him a Martindale-Hubbell Rating of AV Preeminent® from his peers and recognition as one of Orlando Style Magazine’s “No. 1 Legal Elite Rising Stars” ™ in 2015.
Fred has served as a lecturer and presented to various design and construction firms and industry groups, including the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He has had the privilege of representing design professionals for many years, including a Fortune Top 100 engineering firm; not only representing its interests in Florida, but serving as national litigation management counsel throughout the U.S. Fred is also proud to serve as General Counsel to AIA’s Orlando Chapter and as a member of ACEC’s Legal Counsel Forum.
Fred is admitted to practice in all Federal and State Courts in Florida, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court. He is also admitted to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Fred holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and was a Pediatric Intensive Care Nurse for several years before practicing law.