Construction Law and Litigation
Even during economic downturns, eastern Massachusetts seems to be constantly under construction. Whether they take the form of highway improvements, residential and commercial buildings, or mega-projects such as the Big Dig, projects are ongoing everywhere.
At Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry, our attorneys represent and advise contractors, architects, engineers, property owners, developers, real estate brokers and others in matters arising from construction projects large and small. Handling both straightforward transactions and complex litigation, the firm is known for providing cost-effective legal services that are targeted to each client's needs.Building on Our Strengths to Meet Clients' Needs
Our goal is always to resolve a client's problem in a timely and affordable way. Whether that involves negotiating and drafting a construction contract or litigating a dispute over materials, our lawyers work closely with clients to achieve the desired outcomes. We build on our many years of experience and our intimate knowledge of the real estate, construction and regulatory environments in the region to meet our clients' needs.Case Examples
Our work includes matters such as:
- Contract negotiation, drafting and review
- Litigation involving matters such as breach of contract, defective work, mechanics' liens and other payment issues, as well as change order and cost disputes
- Insurance and risk reduction and management
- Indemnification and risk transfer
- OSHA compliance
- Project financing, including surety bonds and private investment
- Liquidated damage claims
- Worksite injury claims
We represent clients in all venues, including state and federal trial and appeals courts, arbitration and mediation sessions and at the negotiating table. We handle both plaintiff and defendant cases in litigation, building on our broad knowledge of the industry to provide effective and zealous representation.
To schedule an appointment with our construction litigation attorneys, call at 617-494-1920 or send us an e-mail.