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Practice Areas:

Commercial Litigation
Construction Law and Litigation

Bar Membership:

Florida, 2009
New York, 2009


11th Circuit Court of Appeals

U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida

U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida


The University of Michigan Law School
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2008
J.D., Juris Doctor

Western Michigan University, Lee Honors College
Kalamazoo, Michigan, 2006
B.A., Public Law, magna cum laude


Okaloosa and Walton County Bar Associations
Young Professionals at the Beach
New York State Bar Association

Lacey D.  Corona 


Ms. Lacey D. Corona is an Associate in the Destin office of Broad and Cassel. She is a member of the Firm’s Commercial Litigation and Construction Law and Litigation Practice Groups.

  • Ms. Corona is well-versed in all phases of litigation regarding commercial and partnership disputes, construction litigation, real estate litigation, foreclosures, employment litigation, civil rights litigation, health law, condominium and homeowner association law and general business litigation matters.
  • She is experienced in the public bid and proposal sector, handling bid protests and related litigation on major public works projects, including in 2013, two of the state's largest federal court bid protest law suits involving a $220 million automated people mover system on a multi-billion dollar airport terminal expansion project, and a $70 million design-build, public-private works project which was the lynchpin to a local expressway authority's ten-year capital improvement program (achieving complete victory on both). 
  • Ms. Corona is actively involved in the Firm's Construction Practice Group, working on a range of issues on private and public works projects, including requirements and exemptions to Florida's open government or "Sunshine" Laws; how the Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act ("CCNA") relates to the procurement of design-build-operate-maintenance contracts; when a project is exempt from the CCNA; limitations on individual design professional liability; FDOT prequalification; and general contractor, architect, and engineering licensing requirements and applicability.
  • She has also successfully litigated cases involving the Fair Housing Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Florida's Medicaid Provider Service Networks, and federal and state race, age, and gender discrimination claims.
  • Ms. Corona completed a postgraduate Dean’s Fellowship at the Child Advocacy Law Clinic of The University of Michigan Law School, where she gained experience handling cases and learning the substantive and skill demands of being an attorney. During law school, Ms. Corona was President of the Latino Law Students Association and participated in the Michigan Campbell Moot Court Competition, providing written and oral advocacy on 2nd and 4th amendment issues.
Ms. Corona is an active member of various professional and community organizations, including the Young Professionals at the Beach and the Okaloosa and Walton County Bar Associations.