Experienced New York Construction/Development Lawyer

Construction and the development of the commercial potential of a piece of real estate is a complex endeavor. The number of parties that may be involved can be very high. The rights and obligations each party has to each other can create an intricate web of dependencies. Each party may further have expectations that are genuinely not being met or that may never have been included in the scope of the original agreement at all.

Our construction disputes lawyers provide legal counsel and corporate litigation services to:

  • Construction companies
  • Developers/real estate owners
  • General contractors
  • Subcontractors

Each right and obligation each party shares with another party has the potential to be the basis for a dispute. The number of potential conflicts is hard to grasp unless you have substantial experience working through these specialized types of business disputes. Attorney Aaron M. Schlossberg has that experience. From performance issues and payment issues to disputes among property owners and lien law, attorney Schlossberg has the experience you need. His depth of knowledge on mechanic's liens and construction law allows him to readily identify and work to resolve your dispute.

Attorneys Delivering The Results Our Clients Need

At The Law Office of Aaron M. Schlossberg, Esq., P.L.L.C., our firm is skilled at simplifying the complexities of these types of cases to allow us to hone in on the most direct route toward resolving the case. Our experience has given us firsthand knowledge of the best means of working through the myriad forms a construction or development dispute can take. Our strength as litigators is matched by our ability to often find creative solutions without having to go to trial.

Skilled New York Construction And Development Dispute Representation

No matter what side of a construction or development dispute you are on, we can help you. Schedule a consultation by calling us in Manhattan at 212-256-9322 or contacting us online.