Resolving construction law disputes as quickly as possible

Construction law is a unique field that requires not only knowledge of a large number of different areas of law–including administrative law, contract law, real property law, and employment law - but also of how building contractors, engineers, architects, and related professionals do business.

At the Mizner Law Firm, we have experience in construction law at all stages of the process: from the contract negotiation stage through litigation. We understand the importance of resolving construction law disputes as quickly as possible so as not to interrupt business operations.

 
 

Requires a unique construction law skill set

Construction law is a unique field that requires not only knowledge of a large number of different areas of law–including administrative law, contract law, real property law, and employment law–but also of how building contractors, engineers, architects, and related professionals do business.

At the Mizner Law Firm, we have experience in construction law at all stages of the process: from the contract negotiation stage through litigation. We understand the importance of resolving construction law disputes as quickly as possible so as not to interrupt business operations.

 

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A look at our legal work

Carter Lumber Development Company v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation, Bd. of Claims No. 4021: Represented contractors and material suppliers in a multimillion dollar breach of contract lawsuit against the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for underpayments on a project to construct a number of salt barns throughout northwestern Pennsylvania. Reached a major settlement with the Department resulting in significant recovery for our client without the need for a trial.

Independence Excavating, Inc. v. Joseph McCormick Construction Company, Inc. Represented a local asphalt contracting company in a dispute with the Presque Isle Downs casino over non-payment for extra charges incurred by the contractor due to errors in the drawings provided by the casino. Recovered $140,211.56 for our client after a three-day trial and after representing the company through appeals to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

 

In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.
— Albert Einstein