Margie Strub combines its experience litigating, arbitrating, and mediating contractual disputes with our substantial front-end commercial experience in order to provide our clients with efficient and business-focused legal advice.
Due to the size and scale of today’s construction projects, partnerships and joint ventures have become commonplace and not only amongst the prime contractors with substantial knowledge and experience in partnering.
If there is one thing that we have learned over our careers that stands out as the most effective dispute avoidance mechanism, as well as the most effective mechanism for best positioning your company in the event of a dispute.
Disputes often progress through different forums, including the courts, adjudication, arbitration, or some other form of alternative dispute resolution and often involve mediation as a mandatory or optional step.
Collaborative Contracting is changing the landscape of construction projects around the world by shifting parties away from positional and adversarial project management towards a fully open-book and collaborative approach.
Our lawyers strongly believe that many issues that frequently arise on construction projects can be mitigated by strong project management, with a particular emphasis on contract management.