Bromberg Rosenthal LLC has significant experience handling construction law matters for contractors, developers, property owners, and architects in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Our firm has more than thirty years of experience helping protect the interests of clients in the construction industry.
Common Construction Industry Issues
Residential and commercial construction is booming in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. At Bromberg Rosenthal LLC in Rockville, we have developed in-depth knowledge of the issues that typically arise in construction litigation and arbitration. Some of the construction issues our construction law attorneys have recently handled involved:
- Construction defects
- Defective building products, such as EIFS and fake stucco
- Statutory and contractual warranty claims
- Delay damages
- Mechanic's liens
- Insurance issues
In addition, our construction law attorney regularly draft and negotiate contracts for a variety of entities involved in construction projects including architects, manufactures, general contractor, subcontractors, and owners.
If Litigation Is Necessary, We're Prepared
Our firm has developed an in-depth knowledge of the issues which typically arise in construction-related disputes. Typically, construction disputes are required by contract to be resolved through alternative dispute resolution or arbitration. However, even when a standard AIA contract - which specifically provides for arbitration - is not involved, it is often advisable to use an arbitrator with specialized knowledge, to minimize the time and expense associated with a trial and hiring expert witnesses.
Our construction law attorneys are savvy trial lawyers. We have developed relationships with a variety of expert witnesses from the construction industry and have the skill and resources necessary when litigation is the proper course of action.
Contact Our Firm Today
If you need the assistance of an experienced construction law attorney, please contact Bromberg Rosenthal LLC. We can be reached by phone at 301-251-6200.