Michael Carroll and James Case are featured in the latest issue of “Constructor Magazine” – www.constructormagazine.com – from Associated General …Contractors of America – www.agc.org
Michael Carroll: Mike is extremely familiar with all legal aspects of construction projects, ranging from contract negotiations to dispute resolution, including the use of litigation, mediation and arbitration techniques. Mike represents a broad range of clients in the construction area, including suppliers, subcontractors, general contractors, owners, and design professionals. Mike has substantial experience handling a wide variety of matters, including the formation of joint ventures and the drafting of teaming agreements, and the handling of minority shareholder oppression disputes, as well as employment and labor law matters, including advising clients on pension withdrawal liability issues. Mike’s hallmark is his efficiency; he is known for achieving the best possible result while closely husbanding his client’s resources.
James Case: Jim’s practice focuses on commercial, contract, construction, and surety law. In his construction practice, Jim has provided ongoing representation over the years for numerous design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors, owners, and suppliers in a wide range of business matters, including defense and prosecution of claims relating to damages for delay, differing site conditions, construction change directives, owner interference, design errors/omissions, and contract interpretation in connection with public and private construction projects (commercial, institutional, and industrial). In his surety practice, Jim represents sureties in large and small matters including defaults, litigation, and claims against performance and payment bonds. Jim serves on the American Arbitration Association’s National Roster of Arbitrators and Mediators, and the American Arbitration Association’s Large, Complex Case Panel. He has mediated and arbitrated construction cases involving delay damages, failure to perform, owner interference, design errors/omissions, differing site conditions, construction change directives, payment disputes, and contract interpretation.