Construction professionals and their outside counsel make better decisions in disputes when they control the decision-making process—not a judge, jury, or arbitrator. A mediator should work with outside counsel and the parties to evaluate the realities of the dispute, overcome biases, and help the parties make better decisions for themselves.
Any mediator must exercise authority over a wide variety of disciplines in order to weigh-in strategically. As a negotiator at all corporate levels, I appreciate the complexity, multi-party nature, expert-intensive, and ticking clock inherent to the construction mediation process. I’ve faced the challenging task of presenting intricate construction cases to judges and juries. I know when to engage actively and when to let group dynamics guide the discussion.
My mediation and arbitration practice reflects my commitment to efficiently moving cases to a resolution. I am at home working with technical cases, seemingly irrational opponents, expert opposition, tight schedules, and insurance.
“The best source of knowledge is experience.” – Albert Einstein
Construction disputes are not like other disputes. I have mediated construction disputes involving a wide range of construction issues. This includes everything from subcontractor delays to owner financing and almost everything in between. See my printable bio for a more complete list. My private law practice focused on representing contractors, architects, engineers, subcontractors, material suppliers, banks, sureties, and developers. As in-house counsel, I have advised a general contractor, real estate development company, and a major engineering company.
Member of the AAA Construction Mediation Panel
Member of the Association of Attorney-Mediators – Membership in the association is based on recommendations from attorneys familiar with the mediator’s work and required training – Members have mediated over 300,000 cases
Examples of Types of Projects on Which I Have Resolved Disputes:
Waste Water Treatment
Oil & Gas Facilities
High Rise Structures
Seismic Zone Issues
Focused on Construction, A&E Professional Liability, Commercial, and Real Estate
- Commercial Disputes
- Architects & Engineers Professional Liability
- Real Estate
What Clients Say
John M. – A Tort Plaintiff’s Litigator
Efficient and organized. No wasted time.
Leonard P. – A Construction Litigator
Found multiple proposals we had not considered.
Robert Q. – A Real Estate Litigator
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Available Nationwide – No Time Charge for Travel – Based in Denver, Colorado
Online mediation available