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Members of the construction industry seek our legal services because of our familiarity with the technical aspects of construction, coupled with our proficiency in construction law. 

As a result of our years of contract litigation experience, BrigliaMcLaughlin handles a wide variety of contract disputes.  We have litigated trials in federal and state court and throughout  Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.  Our attorneys have extensive bench and jury trial experience in numerous state and federal courts and before arbitration panels. We have prepared and pursued Requests for Equitable Adjustment with state and federal authorities and appeared in administrative proceedings before state agencies and various federal Boards of Contract Appeals.  In addition, we provide up front assistance to clients in drafting and negotiating contracts, assisting with issues that arise during construction, and implementing strategies to avoid protracted and expensive litigation.

 

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MARYLAND ENACTS TOUGH LEGISLATION ENSURING PAYMENT OF SUBCONTRACTOR EMPLOYEE WAGES.

(April 17, 2018) - Earlier this month, the Maryland General Assembly amended the Maryland Labor and Employment Code to require that general contractors be liable for the unpaid wages of ...

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CHAMBERS USA GUIDE 2018 NAMES BRIGLIAMCLAUGHLIN, PLLC AS LEADING CONSTRUCTION LAWFIRM.

(January 26, 2018) – BrigliaMcLaughlin, PLLC has again been selected to the exclusive Chambers USA Guide 2018 for its expertise in construction law. Chambers USA selectively ranks the leading firms ...

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MARYLAND APPEALS COURT LIMITS APPLICATION OF CONSTRUCTION TRUST STATUTE TO CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO LITTLE MILLER ACT AND MECHANICS’ LIENS.

(January 26, 2018) - The Maryland Construction Trust Statute provides a powerful tool to prevent a dishonest contractor from merely closing up shop to avoid liability for its malfeasance. However, ...

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