Construction Law

Construction is a competitive and highly regulated industry. The legal pitfalls and potential for conflicts among general contractors, property owners, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals, insurance companies and bonding companies are many.

The attorneys at Frith Anderson & Peake PC understand the business and legal environments in which businesses and individuals in the construction industry operate. We are experienced in providing advice regarding transactions and developments, as well as in negotiation or litigation of disputes regardless of complexity. Our construction attorneys have litigated complex construction cases with multiple parties and claims.

We provide legal services to contractors, suppliers, property owners, design professionals, and insurance companies in the following areas:

  • Construction contract negotiation and formation
  • Prosecution and defense of design professional malpractice claims
  • Mechanic’s lien issues
  • State licensure issues
  • Building code and environmental liability claims
  • Construction disputes, including mediation, arbitration and litigation in state and federal courts

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AOP Highlight |  Local Government & Section 1983 Litigation

Frith Anderson & Peake represents local governments, school boards, public authorities, employees, and constitutional officers in litigation and advisory capacities.  Our attorneys understand the unique status local governments, their divisions, and employees occupy within our legal and political systems.  We are experienced in the broad array of issues that face local governments and related entities, including: Claims involving: Excessive Force Unlawful Search and Seizure Deliberative Indifference Custom and Practice Free Speech Due Process and Liberty Interest Violations Local Government Defense Local Government Employee Defense Violations of 42 U.S.C § 1983 Whatever issues a local government may face and whatever goals it...

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