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Construction - New York
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Construction & Infrastructure
Howard Rosen represents construction companies and developers in private project transactions and disputes. He also has extensive experience litigating claims for public construction contractors in various courts and alternative dispute forums.
Howard has been involved in numerous complex arbitrations, representing both claimants and respondents. For example, he has been lead attorney in international arbitrations under the administration of the ICC and ICDR involving substantial scope and delay claims arising from infrastructure projects, including the construction of power plants, among others. Howard has been successful in using mediation to achieve favorable settlements for clients in matters involving deficient design and defective construction claims arising from high-rise condominiums and commercial buildings. He has defended contractors against multimillion-dollar delay claims in state and federal reported court cases, has achieved significant recoveries on behalf of contractor clients, and has conducted jury and nonjury trials on breach of contract and construction claims.
Associated General Contractors of New York State (Board of Directors, Building Division)
American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) (Arbitrator panel)
Association of the Bar of the City of New York
American Bar Association (Construction Industry Forum and Public Contracts and Litigation Sections)
Cornell University, B.S.
New York University School of Law, J.D.