We have represented virtually every type of construction industry client: general contractors, specialty subcontractors, material manufacturers, material suppliers, construction sureties, architects, engineers, real estate developers, governmental agencies, commercial and residential property owners and tenants.

We are well versed in Civil Litigation arising out of Construction disputes which often involves multiple-party disputes where litigants present multi-tiered claims in the context of complex technical issues involving numerous witnesses, hundreds of documents and expert reports and testimony. We have extensive experience in various forms of alternate dispute resolution mechanisms including Arbitration of Claims utilizing such forums as the American Arbitration Association, privately retained Arbitrators (such as retired former Superior Court Judges), and mandatory non-binding arbitration process within the Courts. We also represent clients using private Mediation to resolve Construction Disputes.

Another service available is preparation, filing and court enforcement of Construction Lien Claims including residential property liens, commercial project liens, and public project liens filed under the Municipal Lien Law. Additionally we handle Construction Bond and Surety Claims as well as disputes arising out of Public Bidding Matters.

Another mainstay service has been preparation of construction documentation from the simple to the complex for clients of virtually every segment of the construction industry. We have years of experience Drafting Construction Agreements and working closely with client’s preparing Contracts between Owner and Contractor, between Contractor and Subcontractor, Contracts for Purchase of Construction Materials, Joint Venture Agreements, Change Order forms, Indemnification Agreements, Design-Build Agreements, etc.


Construction Law articles & blog posts

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September 2014 – Issue 40 See this article: Land Owner’s Rights When Building Permits Are Issued in Error (4th & Final Installment – continued from prior issues) Open
April 2014 – Issue 39 See this article: Land Owner’s Rights When Building Permits Are Issued in Error (3rd Installment – continued from prior issues) Open
February 2014 – Issue 38 See this article: Land Owner’s Rights When Building Permits Are Issued in Error (2nd Installment – continued from prior issue) Open
November 2013 – Issue 37 See these articles: (1) Home Improvement Contractors To Wear State-Issued ID Badges (2) Land Owner’s Rights When Building Permits Are Issued in Error (1st Installment) Open
Winter 2009 – Issue 33 Ten Tips to Improve Your Construction Contracts Open
Winter 2008 – Issue 32 Subcontractor’s Lien Claim: Craft vs. Stevenson Lumber Yard Open