Williams Mullen

Construction Department

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What the team is known for Offers clients a full range of contractual services, including preparation, review and negotiation, on complex development projects. Also represents clients on disputes, including regular handling of litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Particular strength in matters pertaining to federal government construction works. Clients include contractors, subcontractors, developers and sureties. Notable work on both civil and heavy construction projects, including infrastructure developments.

Work highlights Represented Donohoe in contract disputes with subcontractors arising from the development of a luxury apartment building.

Notable practitioners

Arnie Mason is regarded as a "diligent" and "very good lawyer" by sources. His practice covers the full range of contentious and noncontentious construction matters, including contracts, litigating claims and mediation arising from federal, state and private projects.

Brian Cashmere 's core expertise involves advising contractors on all aspects of contracts, project administration, claims and dispute resolution. He advises on the construction of a broad range of developments, including real estate and infrastructure. His experience extends into the representation of sureties.

Melisa Roy represents clients in all stages of construction projects from contracting and project administration to dispute resolution. She regularly acts for owners, contractors and sureties clients.

Robert Cox possesses more than three decades of experience in construction and sureties issues. He handles all manner of dispute resolution matters and contract negotiation, in addition to offering extensive expertise in federal, state and local government projects.