I have represented general contractors, owners, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties... more
I have represented general contractors, owners, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties and others for over 25 years in construction related matters. I am also happy to review and prepare construction contracts, prepare mechanic's liens, stop notices, and bond claims. Although I prefer to keep my clients out of litigation if possible, I also represent my clients in both prosecuting and defending la... view profile
Jeff is one of four Board Certified Attorneys in Construction Law at Niesen|Price.... more
Jeff is one of four Board Certified Attorneys in Construction Law at Niesen|Price. He specializes in the area of design and construction defects, differential site conditions and delay damages. Jeff is a member of the Florida Bar and all Federal Districts of Florida and conducts appeals from and to District, Appellate and Supreme Courts.As with all of the senior attorneys at Niesen|Price, Jeff... view profile
As chair of the firm's litigation practice, I specialize in business litigation and... more
As chair of the firm's litigation practice, I specialize in business litigation and construction law. My experience includes all phases of litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Prior to entering the legal profession, I worked as a subcontractor in the construction industry for several years. I currently represent many area construction material suppliers and subcontractors for a variet... view profile
Scott is a mechanics lien and construction law guru, licensed to practice in six... more
Scott is a mechanics lien and construction law guru, licensed to practice in six states and the founder of the nationwide mechanics lien compliance service, Zlien . After practicing construction law as part of his own law firm (Wolfe Law Group ), Scott left the full-time practice of law to focus on serving as CEO for Zlien, the nation's premiere mechanics lien compliance and filing syste... view profile
I handle a range of civil litigation matters. All of them involve contracts, to some... more
I handle a range of civil litigation matters. All of them involve contracts, to some degree. I try to help clients resolve their disputes; then I work with the client to plan ahead so that they can avoid disputes next time around. I realize it's still a tough economy. So I really strive to be as practical as possible. Running my own firm allows me to be incredibly flexible, and work towards... view profile
David Roberts practiced architecture for nearly 17 years before entering law... more
David Roberts practiced architecture for nearly 17 years before entering law practice. This technical background is of practical value in the resolution of construction disputes. The architectural background is also useful in addressing the complexities of architectural copyrights under the Copyright Act and the Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act.
Construction companies and developers use the services of construction / development lawyers. These lawyers handle bigger developments that involve many parties, regulations, and permits. For example, developers of big projects are often required to determine a project's environmental impact, as well as file paperwork, hold public hearings, obtain local government agency approval, maintain worksite safety standards, and negotiate project financing. Construction and development law firms ensure you meet all regulatory requirements and prepare the legal documents and contracts you need.