Attorney Judson C. Bradley, a Jacksonville native, handles construction litigation, business litigation, and real estate litigation for Regan Atwood P.A., in Jacksonville, Florida. Regan Atwood has offices in Orlando, Florida.
Judson began developing his skill in business, construction, and real estate law during his work as a law clerk. His experiences included arbitrations, appeals, lien claims, and bond disputes.
Judson was a summer associate at Regan, Atwood and Zebouni 2014-15, supporting managing partner and attorney Jeffrey C. Regan and partner and attorney F. Eugene Atwood at trials.
“Our clients’ cases can range from anywhere from non-payment on large construction projects to the owner of a construction site whose project has fallen apart either physically or monetarily,” Judson said.
“When our clients first come in, a lot of times they want to obtain the most drastic result possible. Our job is really to sit down with them, get a hold of the facts, find out who the players are, and get them to the most realistic goal.”
Judson said it’s not uncommon for a client to come into the Regan Atwood offices thinking that the problem is limited or primarily directed at one variable or one factor, and in reality there’s more than one factor or an entirely different factor or variable that needs to be considered and analyzed.
“When a case is first discussed amongst the attorneys, the facts are reviewed and any apparent holes in the case analyzed,” Judson said. “First we would need to identify what holes exist in the story and what holes might exist that we’re not even aware of.
“Then we would need to get as many facts from as many sides as possible before we begin to put together a legal strategy that fully takes into account all options and variables.”
While in law school, Judson worked as a judicial clerk for the Honorable David C. Norton, U.S. District Judge for the District of South Carolina, and as an executive managing editor of the Emory International Law Review.
Judson said the legal profession has always been a part of life. His father was an assistant district attorney and, later, managed his own law practice.