Ball Janik, LLP Expands to West Florida

Ball Janik LLP is pleased to welcome Salvatore G. Scro to the firm’s Orlando office. Scro will join the firm’s Construction and Property Damage Litigation Team as Special Counsel. Scro is Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction. His legal focus for the firm shall be all aspects of complex construction defect litigation, condominium and homeowner association turnover matters, real estate transactions and closings, and shall include all aspects of civil litigation, contract and business matters and litigation, and personal injury. Scro will be one of the lead attorneys at the firm’s newest office opening in western Florida later this year. He resides in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.
“We are proud and excited to have Sal join the Ball Janik team,” said Jim Prichard, Managing Partner at Ball Janik. “He is an exceptional attorney who will be crucial in establishing our western Florida office and helping the firm grow in the coming years.”
Scro’s experience spans 33 years and includes various areas of litigation, real estate, and business matters in New York and Florida. Scro practiced in Syracuse, New York (Scro Law Office) from 1988 until 2006, when he relocated to Florida, where he joined and later became a partner in a Sarasota-based law firm. Since relocating to Florida, Scro has concentrated his practice on representing homeowners, homeowner associations, and condominium associations in complex construction defect litigation and turnover matters. He also represents clients in business, civil and personal injury litigation matters, and commercial and residential real estate transactions.
“Joining a firm as reputable as Ball Janik is an exciting opportunity,” said Scro. “I’m excited to get started and help establish the firm’s western Florida office. I have no doubt we will provide the best service to every client we represent.”
Scro received his undergraduate degree from St. John Fisher College in 1984 and his Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1987. He is admitted to the Florida (1989), New York (1988), and Washington, D.C. (1990), bars and is admitted to practice in the Federal Court for the Middle District of Florida. He is the former President of the Gulf Coast Basketball Officials Association and has been a member of the Community Associations Institute for Central Florida, South Gulf Coast, Suncoast, and West Florida Chapters.
About Ball Janik LLP
Ball Janik LLP is a bi-coastal comprehensive services law firm focused on real estate, land use, construction, and business litigation. As a bi-coastal law firm with offices in Florida and Oregon, we service clients in the areas of affordable housing, bankruptcy, and creditor rights, community associations, construction and design, construction defect disputes, corporate, financial services, hospitality, insurance recovery, investigations and white-collar crime, public agencies and schools, and renewable energy.
Since our firm’s inception, we have expanded our capabilities, professionals, and geographic footprint. In doing so, we have earned a national reputation for upholding the rights of our clients.
Ball Janik LLP has been recognized by Chambers USAUS News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in America©, and Corporate International. Ball Janik LLP’s success and integrity have repeatedly made it one of “Oregon’s Most Admired Professional Firms,” according to the Portland Business Journal’s survey results of CEOs throughout the region.

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