Antony “Tony” D. Constantini concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and other business issues including title-insurance and bankruptcy.
Antony “Tony” Constantini grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and Fairfax County, Virginia. His practice focuses on commercial litigation, bankruptcy adversary litigation, title insurance litigation, and general civil defense matters.
Mr. Constantini has over a decade of experience in the practice of law, with seven of those years spent as a judicial law clerk. Prior to coming to Milam Howard, Tony clerked for Judge Simone Marstiller at the First District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee and for Judge Jerry A. Funk at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida (Jacksonville). Between his clerkships, Tony was an assistant attorney general at the Florida Office of Attorney General, where he defended state agencies in civil tort matters.
Mr. Constantini spent a short time in the Army, having left Florida State University to enlist in the infantry (PFC/11B) in January 2001. In Summer 2002, Tony was admitted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, from the enlisted corps. He was involuntarily medically separated in Summer 2004. However, he cherishes his time spent in service and deeply respects all our servant-leaders who endure and sacrifice in uniform.
Mr. Constantini and his wife, Nadia, live with their fourteen-year-old “puppy” CoCo. They enjoy North Florida’s waterways and woodlands—but will always have a particular love for St. George Island.