Skilled Construction Litigation Representation
Construction projects always involve financial and legal risk. In order to effectively minimize those risks and costs, it’s crucial that all parties involved completely understand all the legal issues at play before beginning a project and as well as when disputes arise and a course of action must be chosen to resolve the risk.
An experienced lawyer such as those at the Law Offices of Michael P. Berkley, P.C., can provide that expert understanding to you by taking complicated legal concepts and giving you practical and useful examples to assist you in understanding and choosing the proper course of action to resolve whatever risk you are facing in a timely manner.
If you have questions or concerns about a construction litigation matter, call our firm today at 888-512-5875 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Confident Handling of Contractor Disputes in New York and New Jersey
We understand what is at stake in construction and our clients’ concerns. We represent contractors, property owners, developers, design professionals and material suppliers and help them make informed decisions that minimize risk, protect their rights and save money, all in a timely and practical manner.
With more than 30 years of experience drafting and reviewing construction contracts, advising on permitting and regulatory matters and handling construction law disputes (including alleged defects, code violations and neighbor disputes), we have the knowledge to handle nearly any construction matter effectively and efficiently.
Cost-Effective, Efficient Legal Solutions
In addition to the legal representation we provide, we have access to an extensive network of construction professionals to help you keep your project on track. If necessary we can put you in contact with expediters, expert engineers (cost engineers, structural engineers, geotechnical engineers) and architects as well as other professionals who are experienced in finding solutions to the problems you face.
We assist contractors, subcontractors, property owners, developers, architects, material suppliers and engineers in a wide variety of construction law and related matters, including:
- Construction general conditions
- Mechanic’s liens
- Construction defects
- Construction claims
- Home improvements
- Arbitration and alternative dispute resolution
- Change orders
- Architects and engineers
- Construction contract drafting and review
- Construction disputes and delays
- Foundation work and neighbor dispute resolution
- Bid and public contracting
- Underpinning and roof protection licenses
- Commercial ground leases
- The New York Construction Industry Fair Play Act