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Real Estate Development and Construction Law

Wilk Auslander's Real Estate Development and Construction Law attorneys have in-depth knowledge and understanding of legal issues impacting the development and construction industries and are experienced in efficiently and effectively advocating for, and defending the rights of, the firm's clients.

Our attorneys zealously represent owners, developers, construction managers, contractors and design professionals in negotiating transactions and resolving claims.

The firm's attorneys have successfully handled a multitude of development and construction-related cases, involving complex issues with multiple parties, as well as basic disputes.

Wilk Auslander's Real Estate Development and Construction Law attorneys:

  • Negotiate and prepare agreements relating to real estate development, access to and protection of adjoining properties, construction management, general contracting, architecture, engineering and design
  • Litigate, arbitrate and mediate real estate development, construction and design claims, including claims relating to payment, delays, defects, mechanics liens, errors, omissions and breaches of contract
  • Advise clients on efficient resolution of construction and renovation project disputes, including devising and facilitating practical solutions to avoid litigation
  • Counsel clients on preventing delay, default, defective work, mechanics lien and other project-related claims
  • Propose creative and efficient solutions to address project challenges
  • Provide owners, developers, construction managers, general contractors and design professionals advice on insurance, bond, mechanics lien, safety and liabilitiy issues
  • Navigate clients through termination and replacement of design professionals, construction managers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and consultants
  • Facilitate project completion through coordination and communication with clients and other project participants
  • Enforce client rights under payment and performance bonds, subcontractor default insurance policies and other project agreements
  • Resolve accounting payment requisition and performance issues relating to design professionals, construction managers, general contractors and other project participants.