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Construction Litigation/ADR Law


Legal problems can impact any construction project. More importantly, they affect your business. When a project dispute arises, you need prompt and effective advice to resolve the issue and get back to business.

Warner has represented clients involved in all facets of the construction industry, including owners, design professionals, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, developers and lenders.

Our experienced construction litigation attorneys provide advice at all phases of the construction process, from initial design to post-completion disputes, on both public and private projects. From complex multimillion-dollar commercial and public facilities to office and residential projects, we know your business. In all instances, we provide superlative client service—giving you the personal attention you deserve and fully investing ourselves in resolving your issue. Our construction attorneys bear the legal load so you can focus on business.

Construction Litigation/ADR Law

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