My work is concentrated in one practice area, construction law. Since 1995, my career has been devoted almost exclusively to the needs of the construction industry. I have made it my business to understand the intricacies of the construction process and the interests of its key players. This knowledge is reflected in my practical advice to clients, and in the contracts I create for their unique needs.
I understand that it is my role to advise clients regarding risks and rewards, but it is the client’s business decision to decide which risks to take in moving forward with a project. My purpose is to facilitate my client’s goal, not to feed my own ego. This approach serves me well in contract negotiation, and when it becomes necessary, litigation.
At times it helps to understand some of the legal concepts that affect the construction industry on a deeper level. I have collected a few articles of interest to share with you. Remember, however, that this is a general resource to assist you in understanding concepts, not legal advice on a specific matter. If you have questions about how these general concepts apply to a particular situation, I strongly urge you to contact your counsel to discuss the particulars of your situation.