Oberman Law Firm offers comprehensive construction legal services, ranging from negotiations, to project counseling, to handling disputed claims in court and arbitration. We use our experience to help clients succeed in complicated energy, infrastructure, industrial and commercial projects.
Our lawyers provide a broad range of services to owners, contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, construction managers and suppliers in connection with the planning, financing, development, design and construction of the most complex projects.
Oberman Law Firm also provides counseling on financially troubled projects and helps clients formulate strategies to resolve or mitigate project problems in the best interests of both the client and the overall project.
We also provide a full range of services applicable to construction contracting, including bid protests, compliance and audit reviews, and counseling relating to false claims, and contract termination.
Bringing Value to Our Clients
Oberman Law Firm understands the business of construction. We understand the particular challenges that parties of a construction project face and what can go wrong when a particular challenge is not managed properly. This practical understanding means that the client will receive counsel from lawyers who can help them find the appropriate solution to a particular issue.
Oberman Law Firm construction practice areas include:
- Bid protests and award disputes
- Prosecuting and defending contract claims, including changes, differing site conditions, inefficiency, and delay
- Warranty claims
- Bankruptcy proceedings
- Mechanic’s lien claims
- OSHA construction claims
- Project planning and financing
- Contract drafting and administration
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Insurance coverage and claims disputes
Oberman Law Firm services the legal needs of the construction industry and design professionals (architects, engineers, construction managers).
Our attorneys have vast experience representing owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, and other participants in the construction industry in all phases of the construction process, including contract drafting and negotiation, fee disputes, pre-suit dispute resolution, liens, litigation, and arbitration.