Ask any builder or developer and they will tell you that construction has as much to do with the law as it does with bricks and mortar or steel and glass. For this reason, it is important to have legal counsel and representation you can count on before moving ahead with any building project.
Resnick Law is a responsive, action-oriented law firm capable of meeting the legal needs of individuals and construction industry businesses alike. With more than 20 years of experience in dealing with construction law issues, we know and understand the construction industry.
It’s an old axiom that if something can go wrong with a construction project, it often will. Our lawyers work to protect the rights and interests of our clients by identifying potential problems early on. We implement strategies designed to reduce adverse effects and the likelihood of litigation that might result.
As a firm, we represent individual homeowners, builders, developers, suppliers, contractors, subcontractors and others in transactional and disputed construction law matters. On the transactional side, services offered by our law firm include:
- Counseling clients on general construction law issues
- Providing project risk assessments
- Negotiating for site acquisition and development
- Negotiating, drafting and reviewing construction contracts (AIA and others)
- Representing clients before zoning boards and on appeals
- Resolving finance and bonding issues
Construction Law and Litigation
A substantial amount of our construction law practice is dispute-based. In negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation our attorneys have successfully represented individual homeowners in construction defect claims; individuals, builders, contractors and subcontractors in Michigan Builders Trust Fund Act claims; clients on all sides of Michigan Lien Act disputes; and clients on all sides of general breach of contract claims as well.
In any case, the message here is that our firm will not back down from any challenge and that we encourage you to call us at 248.642.5400 or contact us online about your construction law concerns.