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Construction Defect Litigation

The attorneys in Cooper Levenson's Construction Defect Litigation practice area have a collective century of experience in construction law ranging from simple contract matters to the most complex cases involving catastrophic building failure, personal injury, and loss of life.

The construction industry is highly competitive and multifaceted. We realize that, because of the field's complexity, a solid and experienced team of experts is vital to the process of bringing construction disputes to resolution. Whether the method of resolution be arbitration, mediation, Alternative Dispute Resolution or litigation, our attorneys have the expertise needed to guide clients through the process.

Our Construction Litigation Group has an extensive network of industry experts and consultants, including forensic construction specialists, architects, engineers, certified industrial hygienist and mold experts, and others. We can efficiently assemble a team of experts to present our client's case effectively. The Cooper Levenson team has a broad reaching knowledge of the industry and has represented clients who are involved in every phase of construction projects, from planning, design, engineering, financing, construction, occupancy, claims, and litigation, including:

Our client list includes those on each side of the table and in market segments including commercial, industrial, institutional, residential, hospitality, and public works. Each case is unique. Our approach in the handling of each case is also unique -- and the strategies are custom tailored to the client's needs, to produce the best result in the most cost effective manner.

The basic philosophy of this firm is to require our adversary to react to us, as opposed to us reacting to them. This is done by taking a positive, aggressive approach in the discovery process, obtaining information from outside sources, and determining whether the matter is more likely to be tried or settled. This immediately signals to our adversary that, whether it is a case to be settled or tried, he knows that he has his work ahead of him. This effective and efficient utilization of time, also results in overall cost savings, and with the knowledge and experience of our construction defect litigation team, favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients.

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