Mitch Bierman is the managing director of the Miami office of Weiss Serota Helfman Cole + Bierman. Mitch specializes in government affairs and administrative law matters for major international companies in the transportation, environmental and solid waste, and engineering and construction industries. His work includes winning and negotiating large public contracts, public private partnerships, public infrastructure improvements and affordable housing developments as well as advocating for industry clients on legislative issues affecting their industries. Mitch has been involved in many of Florida’s most significant private infrastructure developments and public private partnership projects during his 30 year career as an attorney.
Mitch’s skills and relationships were developed during his government career in which he served as Assistant Dade County Attorney from 1990 to 1996. He continues to serve government as the current Town Attorney for the Town of Cutler Bay and the Village Attorney for the Village of Pinecrest in Miami-Dade County, and he provides key expertise to many of the firm’s other government clients on particular matters. Mitch is also a known community advocate for better mobility. He has chaired the transportation and urban affairs committees at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and he speaks and writes frequently on transportation, quality of life, economic development and cultural issues.
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