Brett Tensfeldt is a trial lawyer with experience in property rights litigation of many kinds. Within the past several years, he has served as co-counsel in two significant eminent domain jury trials in which multi-million-dollar verdicts were achieved. He has also been instrumental in working with clients and valuation experts to obtain substantial settlements in cases that were resolved short of trial. Since practicing law, Brett has only represented property & business owners as long
Brett has experience representing clients in both large and small cases statewide and has appeared in the courts of 19 Florida counties. His experience includes representing owners in jury valuation trials, as well as at various proceedings that are associated with litigation in eminent domain, inverse condemnation, Bert J. Harris Act claims, and appeals. Whether representing a single-family homeowner or a Fortune 500 company, Brett seeks to provide the same quality representation.
He currently serves on the Florida Bar’s Eminent Domain Committee at the appointment of the Bar President, is a member of Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference Advisory Board and a proud affiliate member of Owners’ Counsel of America. He has presented at the annual Florida Eminent Domain Conference (CLE-I) and the National Eminent Domain Conference (ALI-CLE).
Brett is a graduate of Florida State University (B.S., Political Science and Communications, 2013 – Summa Cum Laude). He received his Juris Doctor Degree from the College of William and Mary in Virginia (J.D. 2016). Brett was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2016 and is also admitted to practice before the United States Middle and Northern Districts of Florida. He currently serves on the Richmond Property Group of the Alpha Tau Omega National Fraternity. Brett is a proud husband, dad, and dog-dad.