Construction Law

Legal Experience That Stands Out

Our Construction Law Litigation attorneys assist clients in disputes relating to the design, financing, development, execution, and management of complex construction projects.

Who We Stand Behind

We serve clients including public and private owners, general contractors and subcontractors, construction managers, equipment suppliers, architects, engineers, and sureties.

How We Take a Stand

Our attorneys assist clients in all aspects of construction and government contracting, including:

  • Contract interpretation
  • Complex public and private contract claims
  • Surety litigation
  • Contract defaults
  • Contract terminations including default, no-cost, and terminations for convenience
  • Delay and inefficiency claims
  • Disputes involving traditional contract documents, including AIA, Consensus DOCS, EJCDC, and CMAA
  • Creditors’ rights
  • Payment and performance bond claims and indemnity obligations
  • Disputes involving bid, payment, and performance surety bonds
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Contractor licensing
  • State insolvency (receiverships and assignments for the benefit of creditors)
  • Insurance coverage and claim disputes
  • Property damage claims
  • All forms of bankruptcy, including liquidations and reorganizations
  • Challenges to the scope of claims audits, claim audit methodologies, and auditor qualifications
  • Bidding and procurement processes, including bid protests, injunctions, and selection and award processes
  • Federal procurement matters, including transportation and other infrastructure projects
  • Sustainable design projects and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
  • Alternatives available to address sustainable green building design and construction, including preparation of contract documents to reflect the added responsibilities inherent in these projects
  • Contracting with public and private entities and Public/Private Partnership Projects (P3), including developing and managing the bid process and any resulting protests; construction administration services and risk management; and management of legal issues resulting from stakeholder interests, including labor, community, zoning, and historic preservation issues