At the New York City-based law firm of Greenberg, Trager & Herbst, LLP, we represent owner-developers involved in disputes over the abandonment of construction projects. When a construction project is abandoned, actually or constructively, our attorneys understand the numerous legal issues that arise in connection therewith.
We will be there to guide you and to help you understand your available remedies. When you retain our firm to resolve your dispute, we will work tirelessly to secure a favorable, efficient and cost-effective resolution.
Deciding On Whether To Put A Halt To A Construction Project
Are you weighing your options regarding stopping work before a construction project is complete? If so, it is advisable to speak with an attorney who can educate you about the consequences of what actions you may choose. Our New York City-based construction attorneys can help you weigh the pros and cons of each option.
Our lawyers also have extensive experience with construction contract preparation, and they routinely draft agreements that contemplate what occurs in the event of a work stoppage, and how an owner/developer may do so within their contractual rights. We draft enforceable contracts that protect our clients throughout all phases of the construction process. This helps us understand what constitutes a breach of your agreement, and the steps you can take to locate restitution.
We represent our clients, including owner-developers, in dispute resolution through negotiation, litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including arbitration and mediation. We will obtain a clear understanding of your project, your goals and the specific facts of the dispute, and we will then recommend and proceed with the best strategic option available.
A Nationally Recognized Construction Law Firm
Greenberg, Trager & Herbst, LLP, based in New York City, has nearly a century’s worth of experience resolving disputes among those in the construction industry. To schedule a consultation, please call us locally at 212-688-1900. You can also contact us online.