Resolving Disputes When Possible
Litigating When Necessary
Time matters in the construction industry, and managing time-consuming disputes and litigation can often mean costly delays for everyone involved in a project. On top of that, with every phase of construction accompanied by many intertwined business, financial and legal concerns, it’s essential that you minimize risk and mitigate any issues that arise. HPLP maintains a focus on claims prevention and dispute avoidance techniques.
When disputes do arise, our attorneys at HPLP make it a priority to resolve disputes and legal claims in a timely and cost–effective manner, using negotiation and alternative dispute resolution processes — such as mediation and arbitration — whenever advisable. We have experience litigating disputes in trial and appellate courts, giving us the tools and knowledge to defend your rights in court when an optimal resolution cannot be reached through other avenues.
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Construction Lawyers that address your unique challenges
With experience in all facets of the construction process, we pride ourselves in understanding your business so that we can resolve the most demanding problems you encounter. Through this relationship, we’re able to guide you through all stages of a project from initial contract documents to close-out issues.
A Focus on Mechanic Liens
Whether it’s a residential or commercial build, as a contractor, subcontractor, or builder you deserve the right to secure your payment. Through a properly applied mechanic’s lien, you can ensure payment for materials and labor.
WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?
- Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Review
- Contract Disputes, including payment disputes, scope of work disputes, differing site conditions, delay and disruption claims, design and material failures, warranty claims
- Performance Bond Claim
- Mechanics Liens
- Federal and State Payment Bond Claims
- Receivable Collections
- Construction defects
- Construction accidents and injury claim defense
- Construction insurance defense
- Design professional malpractice E/O claims
- Insurance coverage issues
- Licensing issues
- Bid Protests
- Creditor Representation in Bankruptcy
- Regional and National General Contractors
- Highway/ Heavy Civil Infrastructure Contractors
- Material Suppliers
- Construction Aggregates Suppliers
- Concrete Suppliers
- MEP Suppliers
- Material Transportation Providers
- Equipment Rental Companies
- Public and Private Property Owners
- Architects and Engineers
- Residential Builders
- Financial Institutions