Mr. Eisele received a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from the University of Georgia.  During undergraduate studies, Mr. Eisele successfully owned and operated a small business in downtown Athens, Georgia while also attending the university full time.

Upon graduation from the University of Georgia, Mr. Eisele pursued a career working for Bluelinx, the largest distributor of building products in the country.  After being promoted to Territory Manager for the central Florida region, Mr. Eisele moved to Orlando.

In 2007, Mr. Eisele decided to pursue his real passion in the study and practice of law.  Mr. Eisele attended Florida A&M College of Law where he excelled academically graduating Magna Cum Laude and fourth in his class.  Mr. Eisele was the recipient of the Holland and Knight LLP Scholarship Award as well as the Lucas Oil Scholarship based on outstanding academic achievement. Mr. Eisele was also recognized for his participation in the Moot Court Advocacy Program which crafted his oral argument skills in addition to developing and mastering legal reasoning and writing skills as the Articles Editor for the Florida A&M Law Review.

During his legal studies, Mr. Eisele was a Summer Associate with Holland and Knight focusing on construction litigation matters and product liability defense.  Mr. Eisele also interned with the Federal Public Defender for the Middle District of Florida and also gained valuable experience during a clerkship with Judge Jose Rodriguez in the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for Orange County Florida.

Mr. Eisele currently focuses his practice on commercial litigation.  Mr. Eisele has extensive experience litigating construction cases, including representing homeowners against builder/developers for breach of contract and negligent construction.  Other areas of practice include:

  • Contract Negotiation, Entity Formation, and Contractual Disputes/Litigation
  • Real Property Transactions and Disputes, Landlord-Tenant, and Foreclosure
  • Personal Injury- Automobile and Premise Liability cases
  • General Civil Litigation