I’ve represented owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers throughout the construction industry for over 15+ years. Seeking legal expertise for dredging claims? Schedule a free 15-minute consultation, today!
I’ve assisted dredging contractors and subcontractors of all sizes throughout the various complex legal requirements surrounding the government contract claims process.
For instance, I’ve helped dredging stakeholders navigate the complex territory of differing site conditions in an open water channel dredging operation, leading to core changes and constructive changes to the contract. In a recent Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals case, the Board found entitlement to my client for an array of different claims, which ultimately led to the negotiation of a quantum settlement of more than double the original contract price.
From the more typical claims of unusually severe weather and differing dredge materials to more particularized instances of persistent channel interruptions, the unforeseen cost increases of beneficial use, and other unique scenarios, my experience “in the trenches” representing dredge operators has run the gamut.
I have long represented government contractors – and their subcontractors – in contract claims at both the REA stage, as well as appeals before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals and the United States Court of Federal Claims. The government contracting industry is unique, and comes with its own set of contracting nuances.
Whether you are a dredging contractor or other construction contractor, subcontractor, or vendor doing business with the federal government, my legal guidance and advocacy can be key to achieving a favorable outcome of your payment disputes. Please click the button below to schedule a free 15-minute consultation, today.
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From the more typical claims of unusually severe weather and differing dredge materials to more particularized instances of persistent channel interruptions, the unforeseen cost increases of beneficial use, and other unique scenarios, my experience “in the trenches” representing dredge operators has run the gamut. Click here to learn more.
While Mechanic’s Liens are the bread-and-butter of private construction projects, payment bonds are designed to secure your rightful payments for government contracts and public projects. I have represented contractors all across the Baltimore-Washington Metro on a slew of public projects and bond claims – whether state, county, or municipal. Click here to learn more.
Construction Contract Drafting
The construction contract is the be-all-end-all for nearly every dispute that may crop up during a construction project – which means that your rights & access to fair and expedient payments begin in the negotiation and drafting phases of the contract lifecycle. I routinely handle the negotiation, drafting, and interpretation of construction contracts for all of my clients. Click here to learn more about my contracting services.
When it comes to securing payments in the construction industry, few legal tools are as effective as a well-timed and properly-filed mechanic’s lien. I have provided my legal services for the research, verification, preparation, litigation, and serving of mechanic’s liens for my entire professional career. Ready to get paid? Click here to learn more about my mechanic’s lien services.
More and more construction contracts demand that disputes be resolved through arbitration, rather than the pursuit of a lawsuit in court. My extensive experience throughout all verticals within the construction industry provides me with the specialist knowledge & skill sets necessary to be a sound & effective arbiter for any construction-related disputes. Click here to learn more.
Delay, Inefficiency & Interference Claims
There are many clauses within a construction contract that can impact a contractor or subcontractor’s ability to collect payments in the event of a delay, inefficiency, or interference claim. If you are experiencing a payment withholding due to any of these claims, you need legal guidance from an experienced Construction Law Attorney. I’ve helped countless contractors navigate this seemingly uncertain terrain. Click here to learn more.