Construction Law

WEST VIRGINIA MEDIATION LAWYER; WEST VIRGINIA ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION LAWYER; WEST VIRGINIA CONSTRUCTION LAW MEDIATOR

Virtually everyone involved in the West Virginia construction industry – general contractors, construction managers, design professionals, subcontractors, product suppliers, owners, architects, engineers and sureties – can benefit from the dispute resolution services offered by Keith Jones.  Indeed, construction law disputes can and do arise in a wide-variety of areas and a wide-variety of times in the construction process, and Mr. Jones is available to assist, either through collaborative law, mediation or arbitration, in resolving:

  • Acceleration and delay disputes
  • Architect/engineering issues
  • Building code compliance
  • Builder/owner disputes
  • Breach of contract claims
  • Change order disputes
  • Code violations
  • Collection and lien disputes
  • Construction defects disputes
  • Construction contract and subcontract disputes
  • Contract formation, administration and negotiation impasses
  • Contract disputes
  • Contractor licensing or disciplinary issues
  • Cost of performance issues
  • Delays and delay damages
  • Defective design and construction disputes
  • Defective materials or equipment claims
  • Differing site conditions
  • Easements, zoning and land use disputes
  • Environmental issues (surface and well-water disputes)
  • Equitable adjustment claims
  • Failure to perform
  • Fee disputes
  • Insurance and surety disputes
  • Mechanics’ lien and bond claims
  • Personal injury/premises liability
  • Property damage claims
  • Public contract issues
  • Regulatory and administrative matters
  • Roof/Building Envelope issues
  • Subcontractor disputes
  • Surveyor claims
  • Termination actions
  • Title issues

The benefits of alternative dispute resolution in construction law disputes are many, including the cost effective resolution of the dispute, as well as the potential for resolving the dispute in a way that will permit the business relationship between the parties to continue and thrive despite the present dispute.  Some of these issues are addressed from time-to-time in my blog, Mediating Certainty, where I make posts concerning mediation generally and concerning important West Virginia legal developments.

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