Contractor Theories Limited by Public Contracting Laws
Receive perspectives on issues surrounding public contracting laws.
Contractor delay claims often seek as an independent damage amount the cost of home office overhead for periods of delayed completion of the contract. These damages are known as Eichleaydamages. This white paper reviews this type of damage and discusses other issues including abandonment, quantum meruit and implied contractual liability.
Practice Group Leader of Meyers Nave’s Construction and Facilities Practice Group and Public Contracts Practice Group
Advises clients on all aspects of planning, procurement, design, construction, administration, contract compliance, completion, closeout, dispute resolution and complex litigation on projects varying from small, general projects to large, complicated projects such as airports, hospitals and seaports
Tried to final judgment complex construction cases in state and federal bench trials and jury trials, state bench trials, AAA Arbitrations, JAMS Arbitrations
Charter Fellow and member of the Advisory Board of the Construction Lawyers Society of America, a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, Achieved the highest rating by Martindale-Hubbell
Listed in Northern California Super Lawyers in Construction Litigation (10 years)
Principal in Meyers Nave’s Construction and Facilities Practice Group
Degree in architecture and five years of experience practicing architecture for schools and large scale commercial projects
More than ten years of experience practicing construction law with significant experience in complex construction litigation, including payment disputes, mechanic's lien and stop notice actions, construction defect, delay and disruption claims, differing site conditions, and insurance recovery
Complex trial experience includes hospital design error and omission
Advises on all aspects of project design, construction administration and claims
Selected as a “Rising Star” in Construction Litigation by Northern California Super Lawyers