Construction Law and Construction Disputes Richmond

Richmond Construction Law and Construction Disputes

Perhaps no business field is more prone to litigation than construction. The Construction Disputes practice of MG Law represents commercial construction companies, contractors, subcontractors, and developers.

Our Construction Disputes practice delivers legal advice on day-to-day operations, as well as, policies and procedures. Contracts are a main focus as it is our goal to prevent non-payments and to avoid legal conflicts. We are also experienced in handling bond and lien claims, employment disputes, and OSHA citations. In all situations, we are dedicated to resolving the contentious issues that arise among the parties.

MG Law represents clients in construction litigation matters such as defects (materials, construction and design), damage and delay, claims resolution, contract negotiation, mechanic’s liens, collections, financing, and fraud. To help preserve working relationships and to contain costs, our strategies can extend beyond the courtroom to government administrative hearings and alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation.

Additional Resources:
Construction Dispute Resolution
Construction Litigation Avoidance: Part 3 (After the Job and if Litigation is Necessary)
Construction Litigation Avoidance: Part 2 (During the Job)
Construction Litigation Avoidance: Part 1 (Before the Job)