Zak practices in the areas of commercial litigation, construction litigation and insurance defense.
Zak is currently admitted to practice in all Florida state courts and the Middle District of Florida. Zak graduated magna cum laude from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2016 and cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2019.
Upon admission to the Florida Bar, Zak practiced construction litigation on a national scale before joining Hill, Rugh, Keller & Main, P.L. Prior to joining the firm, Zak represented clients in all aspects of the construction process, including contract procurement, claim development, and dispute resolution. In that role, Zak worked with an EPC contractor with claims in excess of $200 million on a 1000-megawatt natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Maryland and assisted a contract with claims in excess of $2 million over an engineering dispute on a bridge in Virginia.
During law school, Zak received Book Awards (highest grade) in his Constitutional Law and Trial Practice classes. He served as a General Editor on the Florida Journal of International Law and was inducted into the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society in Fall 2016. During his final semester of law school, Zak served as a judicial intern to the Honorable John E. Steele in the Middle District of Florida.