CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION

Our team will help you assert all of your available legal rights and remedies
when something goes wrong with a project.

Our Construction Litigation team represents general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers and other entities involved in the construction of commercial buildings and residential homes when claims are brought against them. Our matters range from small disputes to multi-million dollar commercial projects. Because our attorneys also routinely represent these companies and individuals before their respective licensing boards, we offer a comprehensive approach other firms simply cannot match. We guide clients through the litigation process, providing proactive and practical legal advice and are committed to assisting you in navigating the legal system so your focus can remain on the day-to-day operations of your business.

Threatened Licensing Board Discipline

Your license is essential to your ability to work.  Don’t take a chance when you receive a letter from your licensing board asking you to respond to a complaint.  Our attorneys have experience with the licensing authorities for all construction-related trades and professions.

Lien Perfection

It’s hard to stay in business if you aren’t paid for your hard work and expensive materials.  Our attorneys can help you perfect your lien and pursue recovery of the payment you deserve.

Actual or Threatened Litigation

Going to court is not what you got into business to do, but it is what we do.  When someone threatens or begins litigation against you, our attorneys have the experience and skill to handle your case through the best possible conclusion for your business.

Mediation

Our attorneys routinely handle mediations on behalf of clients in the construction industry, whether prior to or during litigation.  We also have certified mediators with construction experience who can help resolve your disputes as neutrals.

Arbitration

Many contracts in the construction industry contain arbitration clauses.  Are they enforceable?  Is it in your best interest to pursue arbitration instead of litigation?  Our attorneys have the experience to help you choose the best path for your dispute.  We also have attorneys experienced in serving as arbitrators in construction disputes.

Henry W. Gorham
John L. Kubis, Jr.
Brian M. Love
Bryan T. Simpson
Matthew W. Skidmore
Rebecca R. Thornton
Jacob H. Wellman