Our construction practice runs the gamut from contract formation to litigation. We draft and interpret contract documents, bid protests, and other pre-award matters, contract administration, the preparation and negotiation of claims and subcontract disputes. Our attorneys have represented small and large business concerns, owners and sureties in a variety of commercial, residential and public projects. We have extensive experience litigating cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, administrative forums and before the AAA.
Our construction law practice also includes representation of builders in a wide area of planning and dispute related subjects including: defending against homeowners' disputes, subcontractor disputes, land acquisition negotiation and all matters of commercial construction litigation. Our attorneys have extensive experience with AAA Arbitration procedures, and a detailed familiarity with the intricacies of today's construction and building business. In addition, we represent developers of commercial properties regarding commercial litigation, as well as tenant and common property owner disputes. The firm also provides planning and litigation advices relating to establishment of community associations, homeowners' associations, dedications of property and creation and enforcement of declarations for common area governance and maintenance. Our attorneys structure compliant homeowners' association organizations, as well as provide advices on civic association disputes and provide counsel to association boards.