New York City Lawyers — Construction Payment Disputes
When a construction project is complete, all parties involved in the project should have been paid for their work and materials. However, it is quite common for payment disputes to arise in construction projects, both during the course of the project and upon its completion.
The New York City law firm of Greenberg, Trager & Herbst, LLP, provide experienced and knowledgeable legal help to individuals and companies involved in construction payment disputes. We are well-versed in the strategies available to resolve these disputes. We will strive to solve your problem in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Contact our New York City construction payment dispute attorneys today to learn more.
The New York Prompt Payment Act
The New York Prompt Payment Act (or “the Act”) serves to expedite payment of money that is owed to contractors who are working on certain projects that exceed $150,000. The Act covers contracts between:
- Owners and contractors
- Contractors and subcontractors
- Subcontractors and their subcontractors
It does not cover public construction projects.
Our New York construction attorneys represent clients who are owed money and those who have withheld payment for various reasons. We can sift through the complexities of your specific nonpayment issue and assist you in resolving the matter in your favor. We are familiar with the details of the New York Prompt Payment Act, specifically with the procedures for reviewing, submitting, approving, disputing and making payments.
Whether you are an owner, developer, construction manager, general contractor, subcontractor, architect, designer or engineer, our lawyers can take on your matter with ease and urgency. We are nationally recognized in the construction industry and have been representing clients in payment disputes since 1919.
Contact a Nationally Recognized New York City Law Firm With a Long-Standing Tradition
Greenberg, Trager & Herbst, LLP, has substantial knowledge of the New York Prompt Payment Act and how it can be used to resolve a payment dispute in your favor. To schedule a consultation, please call us locally at 212-688-1900 or toll free at 877-806-8851. You can also contact us online.