We are pleased to announce that on January 1, 2019, we merged with Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP, one of our country’s oldest and most respected construction and government contracts law firms in our industry.
Bond Requirements(State and Local Construction Projects: An Attorneys’ Handbook, ABA Forum on Construction Law, Am. Bar Assoc. 2017, Marilyn Klinger, Shannon J. Briglia, Kevin P. Gilliland, Lauren P. McLaughlin)
“Proving and Defending Quality of Work Issues” (Managing and Litigating the Complex Surety Case, Third Ed., ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice, Fidelity and Surety Law Committee, Tracey L. Haley and Christopher R. Ward, eds., 2018)
Lead counsel Shoshana E. Rothman successfully obtained an arbitration award in favor of a mechanical contractor client for its unpaid contract balance and change orders following an evidentiary hearing before the American Arbitration Association. T…
In our practice we see many subcontracts that include a one-way arbitration clause – a provision which permits one party, usually the general contractor, to decide whether a dispute will be arbitrated or litigated in court. The subcontractor must…