At Phillips Lytle, we’ve developed deep construction litigation expertise by representing numerous owners, general contractors, construction management firms, subcontractors and material suppliers in all phases of construction legal disputes. Our experience with construction disputes includes negotiation, mediation, arbitration and court proceedings in a broad range of controversies related to construction projects.
Phillips Lytle’s Construction Litigation attorneys handle construction disputes involving claims that include, among others:
In addition, we have first-hand experience litigating construction defect claims involving sewer line damage, concrete failure, foundation failure, parking lot failure, defective retaining walls, “Buy American” requirements, Minority- and Women-Owned Business compliance, defective roofing and roof systems, and architectural and engineering malpractice. Our representation often extends to general contractors, construction managers, contractors, property owners, developers and several other parties involved in the construction process.
Phillips Lytle’s Construction Litigation attorneys remain involved and up-to-date on issues facing the construction industry. One of the firm’s well-respected Construction Litigation attorneys has authored the New York chapter of the State-by-State Guide to Construction & Design Law. A number of our other attorneys have also been asked to speak on the topics of design/build, construction project management, mechanic’s liens, dispute resolution of construction claims, and New York Labor Law Sections 240 and 241.