Sarah Biser represents owners, contractors, developers, architects and engineers, both in the United States and abroad, in all stages of the construction process. She focuses her practice on large, capital-intensive construction projects, with a particular emphasis on drafting and negotiating contracts for complex and unique construction and infrastructure, as well as litigating disputes involving such projects both in the courtroom and in domestic and international arbitration.
Co-Chair of the firm’s national Construction Law, International Arbitration and Israel Practice Groups.
American College of Real Estate Lawyers; American Council of Engineering Companies, Legal Counsel Forum; American Bar Association, Project Finance Committee (co-chair); New York County Lawyers’ Association, Construction Law Committee (former co-chair); International Bar Association, International Project Committee/Dispute Resolution Subcommittee (co-chair); International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR), Construction Committee (co-chair); International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (board member); New Jersey Israel Commission; New Jersey State Bar Association; New York State Bar Association; American Friends of Technion Society
Co-author, New York Construction Law Manual
J.D., New York University School of Law; M.I.A., Columbia University School of International Affairs; B.A., Rutgers University