Richard DeWitt focuses his practice on counseling local governments, as well as private property owners and developers, in land use and eminent domain matters. He has experience representing his clients in litigation, as well as a wide variety of other matters, including: planning and zoning; code enforcement; direct and inverse condemnation actions; and land use and development.
Richard also possesses certifications as a Florida Supreme Court certified Circuit Court mediator; loss mitigation mediator for the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida; and accredited Veterans Affairs attorney.
Prior to joining the firm, Richard was an assistant city attorney for Hallandale Beach, Florida. Additionally, he has practiced law at the Florida eminent domain firm Brigham Moore LLP, as well as the municipal law firm Goren, Cherof, Doody & Ezrol, P.A.