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Litigation: Construction - Nevada
"He's a go-to for construction litigation. He's very highly regarded in the community and definitely a leader in the industry." "A very skilled construction lawyer with all the background."
This content is provided by Leon F Mead
Leon Mead has been handling construction law matters almost exclusively for over 30 years. His practice is primarily devoted to representation of public and private owners, developers, contractors, specialty contractors, construction managers, material suppliers and design professionals, in construction contract preparation, negotiation and implementation; LEED Certification/Green Building compliance, trials and appellate matters, arbitration, mediation and other alternative dispute mechanisms, construction claims, mechanics lien remedies, construction defect defense including residential and commercial deficiency design and construction claims, delay, disruption, acceleration and other impact claims, bid protests, professional licensing, construction related administrative & criminal defense, construction industry issues, commercial and business litigation. On construction and development related transactional matters, Leon has significant experience in planning, negotiating, drafting and coordinating contracts as unique as design and construction of multi-billion-dollar complex commercial multi-use projects, and as routine as form UCC Article 2 sales transaction / credit agreements for construction goods and materials. This experience allows him to partner with and advise clients as to various strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks that each of these construction methods pose, and recommend strategies to manage the particular issues unique to specific project circumstances and necessary construction administration and management processes that avoid pitfalls created by legislative enactment.