With more than 35 years of construction litigation experience, Mike has been involved in some of the largest construction projects in the United States. He has participated in over 200 trials, mediations, and arbitrations across the country and internationally, representing contractors, engineers, architects, owners, and subcontractors. Mike has particular experience in matters involving the construction of tunnels, subways, bridges, airports, sewer, foundations, marine, sub-aqueous, and other heavy construction.
Mike is a thought leader in the construction industry and is a frequent speaker and author on various construction law topics. He has been a Guest Lecturer at Harvard Law School, Rutgers Law School, Stevens Institute of Technology, Pace University School of Law, and Manhattan College.
Mike serves as General Counsel to the Construction Industry Advancement Program of New Jersey, a multi-faceted industry organization representing contractors, owners, engineers, and labor. He is a member of the Moles, a prestigious national organization devoted to heavy and underground construction. Mike is also active in the American Bar Association – Forum on Construction Law, the Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey, the General Contractors Association of New York, the New Jersey Professional Engineers in Construction, and the Utility and Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey.