Representation of clients in all aspects of negotiation and bidding of all types of both private construction and public improvement contracts; including assuring legal compliance, negotiating and administering the contracts and responding to and resolving claims that may arise from the commencement of a project through payment of the final retainage.
Our Long Island Construction Attorneys experience includes disputes and claims resolutions, including mediation, arbitration and where necessary litigation, relating to time extensions, delay claims, construction defects, change orders, mechanic’s liens (both public and private), Article 3-A Trust Fund concerns and compliance; and payment and performance bonding.
Long Island Construction Lawyers has a keen understanding of the oftentimes difficult legal inter-relations among the various and complex construction projects, the parties and partners, and how, the real world relationships between the parties often differ from contract language. We understand the approaches that benefit all sides. Although a business solution is normally preferred, our NYC Construction Attorneys understand where an aggressive legal representation can bring about a proper result for our clients.
Practice Group: Litigation & Construction
Areas of Focus: Complex Commercial Litigation, Estate Litigation, Real Estate Brokerage Litigation, Construction Litigation, Tax Litigation, Insurance Litigation, Employment Litigation, General Corporate and Intellectual Property
Overview: Jason brings a diverse range of complex litigation experience to the Firm. Jason’s complex commercial litigation representations include, among others, prosecuting the rights of commercial real estate brokers, defending shareholder and partnership disputes, royalty fee sharing disputes, breach of contract, fraudulent inducement and conversion actions.
Denise S. Kennedy is an Associate in the Firm’s Construction Practice Group. Ms. Kennedy represents owners, general contractors, subcontractors and sureties in all aspects of construction, including contract review, lien actions and litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Kennedy was an associate at a boutique labor and ERISA law firm in New York City and has served as a judicial law clerk at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
Adam Wald is an Associate in the Firm’s Construction, Environmental and Litigation practice groups. In his practice, Adam assists clients through all phases of transactions and commercial disputes — handling matters centered on breach of contract, business torts, public and private improvement contracts, and compliance with state, federal and municipal environmental regulations. His clients include businesses, contractors, and institutional lenders entering into commercial mortgage backed securities transactions.