Construction Litigation

While there are often many players involved in a complex litigation, we believe that open and direct communication with those in the field is crucial to understanding the crux of a matter.  Even the most complex disputes can be resolved quickly if the right facts are obtained early on.  In many instances, we dramatically reduced our clients’ legal exposure and expenses by providing accessible, understandable, and practical advice when it is needed.

This consistent and dedicated philosophy to understanding and responding to our clients’ specialized needs and concerns gives our firm a reputation for results.

Construction Law

We represent homeowners, numerous contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers, and suppliers of construction materials in all aspects of construction, including:

•    Public Bidding Disputes
•    Contract Disputes
•    Change Order Review and Analysis
•    Consultant Interface and Oversight
•    Dispute Review, Analysis and Resolution
•    Stop Notices/Mechanics Liens
•    Project Close Out
•    Defective and Non-Conforming Construction
•    Claim Preparation and Analysis
•    Private Dispute Resolution
•    Arbitration/Mediation
•    Litigation

Construction Defect Litigation

The Firm focuses on representing homeowners, contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers in construction defect litigation and general civil litigation.

Just as you cannot construct a house without a comprehensive plan, you cannot defend a complex construction case without knowing what to expect every step of the way.  From the initial strategy meeting through the negotiation of the settlement agreement, trial, and appeal, we work with adjustors, risk managers, owners, and field personnel to proactively identify and resolve problems and defend our clients’ rights.  We work alongside architects, construction managers, consultants, and experts in the industry to ensure that construction defect claims are streamlined to accomplish our clients’ objectives.   

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