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Construction Law

Our Construction Law practice has substantial knowledge and experience representing homeowners, business owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors and insurance companies in matters involving a spectrum of construction law issues.

We also work with other firm practices on other general business needs such as employment and business formation.

Our attorneys represent clients in the following areas:

  • Construction contract drafting and negotiation
  • Commercial, residential and government construction contract disputes
  • Mechanics’ and materialman’s liens
  • Insurance coverage issues related to construction
  • Performance and payment bond disputes


Our work in this practice crosses over to the following industries:
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