Weber Law PA Florida Miami Attorney

​      Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

  • Obtained order of dismissal of proposed class action during representation of defendants accused of extortion, mail fraud and wire fraud relating to public records requests and the filing of allegedly extortionate lawsuits.
  • Represented the Metropolitan Transit Authority in a $100 million plus software and engineering dispute involving the installation of an electronic security system.
  • Represented defendant host of 2014 Florida Gubernatorial debate in action brought by individual seeking to participate in the debate. 
  • ​Represented Mayor Michael Bloomberg and other defendants in an action alleging that they could not seek a third term in elected office.
  • Represented defendant aircraft engine lessee in breach of contract action brought by lessor of the aircraft engine. 
  • Represented defendants in action alleging breach of restrictive covenant in employment agreement and tortious interference. 
  • Represented plaintiff in action alleging breach of construction contract and other causes of action.
  • Represented defendant in action seeking declaratory relief and alleging breach of settlement agreement, promissory estoppel, breach of implied in fact contract, equitable lien, and unjust enrichment.
  • Represented plaintiff in action alleging various causes of action arising from an alleged delay in the delivery of goods.
  • Represented plaintiff general partnerships and plaintiff conservator of the general partnerships in a partnership dispute against certain general partners.
  • Represented plaintiff general partnerships and plaintiff conservator of the general partnerships in a fraud and breach of fiduciary duty action against defendants.
  • Trial counsel for defendant seller of warehouse in Wynwood, Florida, in action alleging breach of purchase and sale agreement.
  • Represented defendants in a contested foreclosure action.
  • Represented plaintiff in contested foreclosure action.
  • Pursued collection of $40 million judgment on behalf of Chapter 11 Trustee.
  • Pursued clawback of fraudulent transfers in excess of $5 million on behalf of Chapter 11 Trustee.
  • Defended government agency in a class action alleging failure to provide statutory mandated adult protective services to certain ​citizens of the municipality.

Founding Shareholder

Miami, FL

Tel:       305-377-8788


Representative experience


Steven D. Weber, founding shareholder of Weber Law, P.A., has received the highest rating possible from Martindale Hubbell and has been named a Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers.  

Steve began his career in New York, as an attorney for one of the largest public law offices in the world. There, Steve provided legal advice to clients ranging from elected officials to government agencies with budgets of over $1 billion, with respect to a number of sophisticated and large matters, some of which were the subject of national and local media attention.  

After transitioning to private practice with law firms in New York and Florida, Steve successfully aided individuals, management of private companies, and even other counsel through numerous public and private scenarios.  Steve ultimately founded Weber Law to provide clients with exceptional levels of legal services and customer service. Weber Law is committed to helping its clients find the right solutions and believes in conducting benefit-cost and risk-return analyses.

Since moving to Florida in 2012, Steve has been involved in the community in various ways. Steve is a member of the Emory Alumni Leadership Board - Miami Chapter and is a Board member of the Miami Children’s Museum.  Steve co-founded the Museum’s Playmaker’s Group, which seeks to involve Young Professionals and their families with the Museum. In addition, Steve has participated in his local community by serving on the Board of Directors of the Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce, and was appointed to the Miami Shores Village Recreational Advisory Board, where he was elected Vice-Chair.

  • Emory University School of Law (2006, Juris Doctor)                

  • The George Washington University (2003, Bachelor of Science - Economics, ​cum laude)

  • When Bad Things Happen In The Hospitality Industry, Hotel Business Review (April 2018)


  • As Threats Loom to Retailers, Commercial Lease Terms Matter, Daily Business Review (April 2018)


  • When Competitive Research Crosses The Line, Hotel Business Review (November 5, 2017)


  • Exclusivity Provisions in Commercial Leases, Development Magazine (Fall 2017)


  • Take Steps to Protect Your Trade Secrets, Hotel Business Review (June 5, 2017)


  • Your Hospitality Industry Trade Secrets May Be At Risk, Hotel Business Review (January 23, 2017)

  • “Resistance is Futile: The Myth of Demand Futility,” The Florida Bar Journal, Cover Article (May 2014).


  • “Winning Trade Secrets Claims: When and How the Preemption Provision of Florida’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act Applies,” The Florida Bar Journal (June 2013).


  • Protecting Utilities From The Risk Of Data Breach, (March 2015)

  • ​Smart Grids Require Smarter Utilities: Preventing Breaches, (May 2015)





  • Board Member, Miami Children's Museum

  • Executive Committee Member, Miami Children's Museum

  • Editorial Board, Hotel Business Review

  • Member, Emory Alumni Leadership Board - Miami Chapter

  • Co-Founder, Miami Children's Museum, Playmaker's Group

  • Miami Shores Village Recreational Advisory Board, Vice-Chair

  • ​Federal Bar Association, South Florida Chapter

  • Former Trustee Member of Board of Directors, Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce



  • State of Florida
  • State of New York
  • Southern District of Florida
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of New York