Peter has utilized his years of extensive experience in construction law to represent a wide range of clients in construction disputes and litigation in several states including the New York metropolitan area, Pennsylvania and Connecticut and as well as Federal Courts. He has successfully represented general contractors, prime contractors, subcontractors, sub-subcontractors, construction managers, workers, owners, developers, architects, and engineers in matters ranging from small payment disputes to multi-million dollar litigation.
When confronted with a potential construction dispute by a client, we perform an initial investigation followed by a cost-benefit analysis of all potential options. We then thoroughly explain the legal options to the client, so they are in the best position possible to make intelligent decisions regarding their dispute — including whether to seek resolution through alternative dispute resolution by mediation or arbitration, negotiation, or even a civil suit. We take pride in helping our clients obtain successful results that are cost-effective and meet their needs. While litigation is never desirable, you want an attorney that will act with swift and robust execution and action to resolve the matter efficiently with the best result.