Construction Disputes. In the area of construction law, our clients include both public and private sector commercial and institutional building owners, developers, design professionals, sureties, contractors, suppliers, and persons seeking their services. We litigate a wide range of construction-related matters, such as:

  • Adjoining landowner disputes
  • Americans with Disabilities Act, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and Federal Housing Administration violations
  • Breach of warranty disputes
  • Catastrophic building system failures
  • Concealed and differing site conditions
  • Construction workmanship defects
  • Construction-related environmental and toxic tort claims
  • Default, termination, and surety matters
  • Delay, disruption, acceleration, and time impacts
  • Design changes, deficiencies, and defects
  • Insolvency and bankruptcy of parties in the construction chain
  • Insurance coverage issues
  • Lien, bond, and contractual payment claims
  • Permitting and regulatory issues
  • Protection of contractors’ trade secrets and data rights
  • Public bidding matters, such as bid protests, contractor qualifications, and debarment
  • Wrongful death actions