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Construction & Real Estate Litigation

The attorneys in our Construction and Real Estate Litigation Group approach construction and real estate disputes with a wide range of expertise that is focused on achieving practical, creative, and cost effective results.  Our versatile Construction and Real Estate Litigation Group consists of a reliable team of qualified lawyers who are well-versed in construction and real estate issues and understand the importance of planning a case, building it from the ground up and providing the necessary legal support to ensure it withstands the utmost scrutiny.

Our Approach

You built your business from the ground up, and every day there are new challenges. When a dispute arises, our Construction and Real Estate Litigation Group stands at the ready to effectively and aggressively advocate on your behalf with as little as possible disruption to your day-to-day business. We have years of experience in resolving construction and real estate related disputes, and many of our team members have worked in the construction, development and engineering industries before becoming attorneys. This hands-on experience and substantive knowledge allows us to understand each client’s unique situation and the nuances that are inherent in the construction and real estate industries.  We will never make your case more complicated than it needs to be.

Clients Include

  • Commercial and residential contractors
  • Developers
  • Lenders
  • Subcontractors
  • Material suppliers
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Sureties
  • Insurance companies
  • Landowners


  • Contract (both general and subcontract) formulation and review
  • Dispute avoidance counseling
  • Mechanic's lien foreclosure
  • Construction and design defect cases
  • Statutory and common law warranty cases
  • Owner/contractor disputes
  • Contractor/subcontractor disputes
  • Delay claims
  • Bid disputes
  • Insurance disputes
  • Performance and payment bond cases
  • Professional negligence
  • Land use disputes
  • Property disputes
  • Government licensing investigation and enforcement actions
  • Arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution