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Sarah Guo

Associate

390 North Orange Avenue
Suite 1400
Orlando, FL 32801
sarah.guo@nelsonmullins.com

Sarah Guo focuses her practice on serving land and business owners, developers, and contractors in various large-scale commercial and infrastructure disputes. She advises public and private entities on construction programs and projects, emphasizing solutions-oriented approaches for negotiating and drafting construction contract documents. Her experience includes actively engaging in discovery, dispositive motions practice, mediation, and trial...

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Sarah Guo focuses her practice on serving land and business owners, developers, and contractors in various large-scale commercial and infrastructure disputes. She advises public and private entities on construction programs and projects, emphasizing solutions-oriented approaches for negotiating and drafting construction contract documents. Her experience includes actively engaging in discovery, dispositive motions practice, mediation, and trial preparation for litigation matters. By working closely with clients, she crafts tailored, cost-conscious approaches for managing and resolving issues that arise from construction defects, delay damages, liens, construction-related product defects, bid protests, and contract disputes. She also has a background in economics and antitrust litigation from a prior role as an economic consultant focusing on estimating damages in complex commercial disputes.

 

preparation for litigation matters. By working closely with clients, she crafts tailored, cost-conscious approaches for managing and resolving issues that arise from construction defects, delay damages, liens, construction-related product defects, bid protests, and contract disputes. She also has a background in economics and antitrust litigation from a prior role as an economic consultant focusing on estimating damages in complex commercial disputes.

 

Sarah Guo focuses her practice on serving land and business owners, developers, and contractors in various large-scale commercial and infrastructure disputes. She advises public and private entities on construction programs and projects, emphasizing solutions-oriented approaches for negotiating and drafting construction contract documents. Her experience includes actively engaging in discovery, dispositive motions practice, mediation, and trial... preparation for litigation matters. By working closely with clients, she crafts tailored, cost-conscious approaches for managing and resolving issues that arise from construction defects, delay damages, liens, construction-related product defects, bid protests, and contract disputes. She also has a background in economics and antitrust litigation from a prior role as an economic consultant focusing on estimating damages in complex commercial disputes.

 

Experience

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Languages

  • Mandarin Chinese

Education

  • University of Virginia School of Law, JD (2015)
    • Managing Editor of Production, Virginia Journal of International Law
    • Senior Articles Editor, Virginia Law and Business Review
  • Emory University, BA, Economics, summa cum laude (2010)
    • Phi Beta Kappa

Admissions

  • Florida
  • Maryland

Practice Areas

Industries

  • Board Member, Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association
  • Member, Orange County Bar Association
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