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VIENNA, VA 22182
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BrigliaMcLaughlin, PLLC is a law firm dedicated to the aggressive and innovative representation of our construction industry clients. Combining over 30 years of experience, Shannon Briglia and Lauren McLaughlin are skilled and effective at representing developers, owners, contractors, construction managers, sureties, design professionals, and subcontractors in complex legal disputes.
We understand the construction business and appreciate which issues are most important to each client. As a result, we are able to efficiently assess your needs and develop effective and creative strategies to meet them.
Risk Avoidance – Exactly When You Need it.
Leveraging our business and legal expertise, we founded the firm with the desire to produce positive, tangible results for every client. With a thorough and determined approach, we navigate all phases of private and public construction litigation and dispute resolution, including:
Whether it is deploying an effective trial strategy in the courtroom, risk avoidance in up-front negotiations, bargaining over change orders at the site or mediation table, BrigliaMcLaughlin provides experienced and skillful counsel focused on advancing your company’s goals.
Our attorneys are licensed to practice in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. We have successfully tried cases throughout the metropolitan region and in Florida, Texas, Pennsylvania, and New York.
(May 13, 2013) - In Cuesport Properties, LLC v. Critical Developments, LLC, 209 Md. App. 607, 61 A.3d 91 (2013), the Maryland Court of Special Appeals examined and affirmed the ...More
VIRGINIA FINDS MECHANICS’ LIENS ENFORCEABLE BUT REMANDS TO EXAMINE WHETHER THE ENTIRE PROPERTY MAY BE SOLD TO SATISFY THE LIEN.
(May 3, 2013) - In Glasser & Glasser, PLC v. Jack Bays, Inc., 2013 WL 718748 (Va. Sup. Ct.) (Record Nos. 120287-120289) (Feb. 28, 2013), the Virginia Supreme Court recently ...More
VIRGINIA FEDERAL COURT EXAMINES THE INCORPORATION OF THE VIRGINIA PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT INTO A MASONRY SUBCONTRACT.
(April 11, 2013) - In South End Construction, Inc. v. Tom Brunton Masonry, Inc., 2013 WL 792779 (W.D.Va. Feb. 25, 2013) (Civil Action No. 7:12-cv-390), the U.S. District Court for ...More