Our Construction Law Attorneys Build the Case for Your Business
How can you know the business of construction? By being involved in it firsthand. Our principal partner, William Howard, worked construction jobs to help make his way through college. Such hands-on experience combined with extensive training in construction law creates an all-the-more qualified attorney to handle the most complex construction case. This is just an example of how the Howard Law Group delivers the kind of experience and background that few other law firms can match.
More often than not, our dedicated construction law attorneys are defending claims against our clients. We’ll advise a settlement when it’s in our clients’ best interests, but if that’s not the case, our lawyers will prepare the strongest defense possible and fight hard for a favorable decision.
Our construction law attorneys are skilled and experienced in representing property owners, developers, general contractors, builders, subcontractors, laborers suppliers, architects, and engineers. We know that construction law includes mechanic’s liens and other remedies for disputes. We have represented our clients through all phases of the litigation process, including:
- Construction or design defects and failures
- Code violations
- Construction lien actions
- Termination issues
- Workmanship deficiencies
- Construction delays, breach of warranty, cost over-runs, or development
- Job site injuries
- Schedule related issues, including weather, delay, inefficiencies, interference, acceleration, and related issues
- Liquidated damages disputes
- Product failures
- Blueprint deviations
- Architectural disputes
- Dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, and litigation in state and federal courts
- Surety bond disputes
OSHA / MIOSHA
The Howard Law Group advises clients on workplace safety issues including OSHA/MIOSHA regulations. We zealously represent our clients through the inspection, contest, and appeal process if a citation has been issued, and we’ll help you develop the right regulatory plan so that you can avoid citations in the first place.