Michael J. Villarosa is an associate with Eisinger Law who focuses his practice on the representation of community associations, homeowners’ associations, condominiums and cooperative associations in litigation and other disputes.
Villarosa is a member of The Florida Bar who has practiced community association and real estate-related law in South Florida for over a decade, is admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts as well as the Court for the Southern District of Florida.
His experience includes handling mediation and arbitration, depositions and discovery, bankruptcies, evidentiary hearings and non-jury trials. He has worked extensively with claims involving the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Most recently, he was a Senior Associate at major Miami-Dade-based law firm, where he handled community association and condominium insurance-related disputes and litigation, including construction defect claims, personal injury, breach of contract and fiduciary duty claims, discrimination and intellectual property matters.
Prior to that Villarosa focused on foreclosure litigation aspects of community association law, including counterclaims, bankruptcy-related matters and title reviews. He also handled foreclosure-related appellate matters.
Villarosa is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center, where he earned his Juris Doctorate and received the High Grade Award in Constitutional Law and the Fred Damsky Award from the B’nai B’nith Justice Unit. He earned his undergraduate degree in Criminology from the University of South Florida. Mr. Villarosa is an avid runner and enjoys spending free time with his family.