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Bringing diverse experience and a practical perspective

Nelson Mullins' construction attorneys possess experience across a spectrum of practice areas, including claim analysis and defect analysis, government relations, government contracting, corporate structure and administration, project financing, insurance and bonding requirements, environmental compliance, products liability exposure analysis, bond claim prosecution/defense, and bankruptcy law. 

Our construction litigators also work to resolve disputes before Dispute Resolution Boards, mediators, arbitrators, and in trials in state and federal courts.

Our services help you to

  • Assess and address regulatory considerations
  • Assess environmental considerations
  • Develop and implement government relations strategies
  • Evaluate project transactional requirements and assess risks
  • Evaluate, assert, and defend indemnity claims 
  • Navigate state and federal public bidding and government contract requirements
  • Perform pre-construction risk evaluation
  • Resolve disputes
  • Structure transactions and draft and negotiate contract documents
  • Understand bankruptcy implications

A seasoned team with balanced perspectives and practical business sense

We provide a client-focused approach to help achieve client objectives at a competitive price. Nelson Mullins has built a strong team of attorneys, policy advisors, paralegals, e-discovery, and other professionals to offer our construction sector clients reliable services and solutions that make practical business sense. As trusted advisors, we work side-by-side with you toward shared goals. Our construction litigators have the courtroom and other experience you need to help you protect and enforce your contract rights.

  • Practical business mindset dedicated to client needs
  • Multi-disciplinary team with cross market and office capabilities
  • Cost effectiveness and budget predictability
  • Trial and appellate experience
  • Existing relationships with industry leaders, expert witnesses, and consultants

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