Mike Dulberg, Chris Long
What We Do: Burch & Cracchiolo is a full service law firm with deep roots in our community. We provide a broad range of legal services primarily in the following practice areas: business/corporate law, commercial litigation, construction law, estate planning, family law, labor & employment law, insurance defense, personal injury & wrongful death, real estate law, zoning & land use and tax controversy.
In the area of construction law, we represent businesses and individuals in a wide variety of disputes that may arise from construction projects. And for those clients with some foresight, we often prepare construction documents from design contracts, prime contracts for construction, and subcontracts.
Dickinson Wright, PLLC
Stephen Richman and Denise Troy
email@example.com ; dtroy @dickinsonwright.com
What We Do: Full service law firm with expertise in all phases of construction law.
Durazzo, Ecel & Hawkins, PLLC
Neal Eckel and Eric Hawkins
What We Do: We provide legal services for your construction, business and employment matters, including corporate formations, contract drafting and negotiation, construction and ROC matters, and payment disputes.
Fennemore Craig, P.C.
What We Do: Fennemore Craig is a full-service business law firm founded in 1885. We help clients find solutions and, when necessary, aggressively pursue and defend their interests to resolve disputes. We have extensive experience in private and public construction matters, including contract negotiation and drafting, bid protests, day-to-day general counseling and pursuing and defending claims in federal and state courts, administrative agencies and in arbitration.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR ABA MEMBERS: We offer discounted rates that will vary depending upon the type of matter.
What We Do:We have a broad range of construction law experience. Initially, we can provide advice on construction contract formation for private projects, in the public arena, or for joint public-private partnerships. By providing advice at the outset and consultation during construction, our goal is to help clients avoid issues that may result in claims that must be arbitrated or litigated. If dispute resolution cannot be avoided, we have experience in both court and arbitration litigating mechanics and materialmen lien claims, prompt pay act matters, and bond claims. We also handle cases involving construction deficits, engineer and architect errors and omissions, breach of contract, delay damages, and Registrar of Contractors matters.
Holden Willits PLC
Michael J. Holden
What We Do: The lawyers at Holden Willits PLC are advocates for the construction industry. We represent parties engaged in all facets of the construction industry, including owners, general contractors, subcontractors and materials suppliers. Michael J. Holden serves as the legal counsel for the Arizona Builders Alliance.
D. Kim Lough and Julianne Wheeler
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
(602)234-7824 and (602)234-7826
What We Do:Jennings, Haug and Cunningham is a 80 year-old law firm with a diverse practice that includes construction-related legal services. Voted the #1 firm for construction litigation in 2014 and 2015, the Firm’s construction practice is complimented by its surety practice. The construction lawyers at Jennings, Haug & Cunningham have earned a reputation for their extensive work in construction law and litigation, representing national and local contracting and supply businesses in negotiations, bid protests, contract preparation, settlement discussions, state and federal court disputes, arbitrations, appellate matters and more. The Firm’s unique perspective on how best to counsel and represent its construction clients has evolved into a time-honored tradition and serves as the impetus for the Firm’s support of ABA and the industry, as a whole.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR ABA MEMBERS: Construction-related legal advice, contract preparation and litigation services.
Lang & Klain, P.C.
What We Do: We help contractors get paid, get licensed, and get out of trouble with state and federal agencies and other companies. Lang & Klain construction attorneys provide industry-specific legal help in construction disputes, ROC contractor licensing and consumer complaints, mechanics liens, collection issues, dust control, wage-and-hour and employee classification issues.
LegalShield and ID Shield
Allison Lombard, Independent Associate
SPECIAL OFFER FOR ABA MEMBERS: Enrollment fee of $10 is reimbursed after application is approved and processed.
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Lewis Roca Rothgerber
What We Do: Lewis Roca Rothgerber’s Construction Group represents clients in all facets of the construction industry including owner, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, architects and engineers. Our experience spans all aspects of project development and construction from contract negotiation to claims and project closeout. We Prosecute and defend litigated matters, handle administrative hearings before local, state and federal agencies and engage in and encourage alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation. We often review and prepare construction contracts and act as counselors to our clients regarding construction development projects. We handle claims as well as the variety of problems that routinely arise before, during, and at the conclusion of construction projects.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR ABA MEMBERS: Construction Disputes
Melvin C. Cohen
(520)624-8886 x 122
What We Do: Legal Services
Murphy Karber Cordier
Richard B. Murphy; Chase E. Halsey
What We Do: MKC Law provides legal services to those involved in the construction industry, including lien law, contract law, representation before the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, business law, and employment law.
Resnick & Louis, P.C.
What We Do: We are a mid-size institutional and insurance defense law firm, with a unique coast-to-coast footprint. What truly sets us apart is our people. We created a team of diverse and experienced attorneys who pride themselves on achieving the best possible outcomes for each and every client. Our attorneys are seasoned professionals, 70% of which have 10-30 years of eperience.
What We Do: You should have confidence that your business interests are protected, you will be compensated for the work you have performed, the contracts you have entered into are binding and secure, and, most of all, your legal team understands your present business interests and your plans for the future. Sacks Tierney can help ensure all of the above. Whether your needs are simple or complex, related to transactional or litigation matters, public or private ventures, large projects or small entrepreneurial endeavors, government bids or private engagements, we provide services geared to your needs.
What We Do: Snell & Wilmer is a corporate law firm with more than 400 attorneys in nine locations across the western United States and in Mexico. Our construction group provides a wide range of services to include; contract negotiations and claims; administrative hearings before local, state and federal agencies; review and preparation of construction contracts; mediation, arbitrations, trial and appellate work on construction cases; and prosecuting and defending delay, disruption, acceleration, scope of work, and other claims.
The Cavanagh Law Firm
What We Do: Julie Pace’s practice handles employment law, handbooks, drug and alcohol policies, I-9 and E-Verify compliance, OSHA, independent contractor and alleged misclassification issues with DES and other government agencies, and defends claims of sexual harassment, employment discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower, and wrongful discharge, and against charges by the EEOC or ACRD. She handles matters involving OSHA, ICE, OFCCP, DOL, NLRB, ADA, FMLA, Affordable CAre Act, DAvis-Bacon, wage and hour laws, FAR, SCA, and government contracts.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR ABA MEMBERS
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Stephen E. Jackson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris R. Baniszewski – email@example.com
Matthew J. Pierce – firstname.lastname@example.org
What We Do: Warner Angle is a general practice law firm, meaning we assist individuals, companies and public entities with all types of legal matters. The firm has a strong construction and real estate practice group and assists clients in all phases of real estate development, public and private.