Construction

Construction Law

Our goal at Rose Law Firm is to resolve construction issues for our clients in the most efficient way possible.  Should a dispute arise, however, our attorneys have extensive experience in litigating construction, design, project management and financing claims. Whether it is through alternative dispute resolution or going to court, we are knowledgeable in all areas and have appeared in both state and federal courts.

We have handled all types of construction claims (both on the defense and prosecution side) involving:

Disruptions

Defects

Worksite safety

Cost overruns

Operation and maintenance

Differing site conditions

Project scope changes

Contractor/subcontractor disputes

Mechanic’s/Material men’s liens

Contractor licensing with Arkansas Contractor’s Licensing Board

Performance bonds

Professional liability

Lien litigation

Lost labor productivity

Rejection of non-conforming claims

Breach of contract involving economic losses and delay damages

Construction accidents involving personal injury or death

Building collapse and catastrophic incident cases such as fires and explosions

Water intrusion and building envelope damage

Should it become necessary, we are experienced in responding to federal, state and law enforcement investigators, evaluating and pursuing insurance coverage, preparing for toxic tort and environmental litigation, conducting internal investigations, defending executives against white collar criminal charges, coordinating media response, and supervising clean-up efforts in compliance with state and federal regulations.

Among our clients are:

Residential property owners

Lenders

Commercial Owners

General Contractors

Subcontractors

Insurers

Engineers  

Developers 

Materials Suppliers

Manufacturers

As our attorneys are able to tap into the resources of other practices, we can also provide advice to our construction clients in such areas as tax, project financial issues, environmental matters, initial contracting, bankruptcy and restructuring, intellectual property rights, international trade regulation, interaction with governmental entities, incentive plans with governments and labor and employment issues.

 

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