Avoid Construction Litigation Before It Starts
At John S. Reidy, PLLC, we have more than 30 years of litigation and construction dispute experience that we use to find unique solutions. Many of our clients include Massachusetts building professionals who relied on our experienced legal advice to help avoid potential contract and bid problems that would have given rise to construction disputes at a later date.
Attorney John Reidy has represented the needs of hundreds of property owners, contractors and subcontractors when disputes threatened the completion or the profitability of their construction projects. Contact our Boston area office as soon as you see the potential for a dispute.
Comprehensive Construction Dispute Resolution
Disputes between property owners, building contractors and subcontractors are often a part of the construction process. Finding resolutions that satisfy the needs of all parties in a construction dispute requires experience, knowledge and skilled negotiating practice.
It is never too early to avoid costly litigation. We have resolved construction disputes between owners, contractors and subcontractors involving:
- Contract performance provisions
- Nonpayment issues and mechanic’s liens
- Construction defects
- Change orders: change in work plans or conditions
- Materials and supplies
- Subcontracted services
- Property disputes
- Landlord-tenant lease agreements
Knowledgeable Construction Dispute Arbitration And Mediation Professionals
Most standard AIA construction contracts and bids require owners and contractors to agree to settle disputes through binding arbitration or mediation. We provide knowledgeable representation for plaintiffs or defendants in preparing their cases for arbitration hearings. John Reidy can also serve as an impartial arbitrator and mediator with extensive knowledge of the construction industry and AIA documents.
Discuss Your Dispute With Us
Contact our experienced construction lawyer online or by calling 617-786-7575 to schedule a consultation about your construction dispute.