Brian M. Otero, was born in Miami, Florida; Education; Barry University, College of Arts and Sciences, 2013, B.A. Political Science; Barry University School of Law, 2016, Juris Doctor (magna cum laude). In college, Brian was a Senator of the Student Government Association and a part of various other school governmental bodies. While in law school, Brian was on the Executive Board of the Law Review, interned at the State Attorney’s Office for the 11th Judicial Circuit, a Senator of the Student Bar Association, a Research Assistant for Professor Barry H. Dubner, a student in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, and President of the Intermural Sports Club. Also, Brian co-authored an article in the Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Barry Dubner & Brian Otero, The Human Rights of Sea Pirates: Will the European Court of Human Rights Decisions Get More Killed?, 15 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 215 (2016).
In addition to representing clients in various types of business transactions and real estate matters, Mr. Otero is a part of the firm’s Condominium Department, defending the rights of Condominium Associations on matters ranging from collection litigation, foreclosures, landlord tenant disputes, to issues related to compliance with the requirements of Florida Condominium law. Additionally, Mr. Otero is a part of the firm’s Landlord/Tenant Department, handling residential and commercial cases ranging from evictions to other landlord/tenant disputes. Mr. Otero also advises clients in residential and commercial real estate transactions, including negotiating and drafting of contracts and condominium documents.