Each construction project is unique, as is each construction claim. Most often construction disputes involve a complicated web of relationships, thousands of contract documents, and a cast of usual suspects in an industry smaller than one might think. Our experience includes defending and prosecuting claims involving delay and time impacts, claims for defective work and design, and claims for nonpayment of work, most often on behalf of boards of education caught in the mix while trying to improve, or build new, facilities for our children. While our involvement in construction-related disputes is often part and parcel of our school law practice, we have also represented general contractors and subcontractors on numerous occasions in litigation related to commercial and residential construction projects.
- Springfield Properties, Inc. v. American Builders General Contractors, et al., Clark Cty. Case No. 10 CV 0806. Defending a southwest Ohio subcontractor from warranty, breach-of-contract, and third-party beneficiary claims stemming from the installation of a flat roof at a commercial property.
- Mad River Loc. Sch. Dist. Bd. of Edn. v. Athletic Design/Build Grp., Ltd., et al., Montgomery County No. 08-CV-00417. Prosecuted breach of contract claim arising out of faulty track construction to successful settlement.