Damon M. Fisk
practices in the areas of construction, professional liability, commercial and real estate law. His practice focuses on litigation in federal and state courts, including all forms of alternative dispute resolution, in which he represents property owners, developers, general contractors, architects and engineers. Mr. Fisk has broad experience in the construction industry, including licensing, bidding, contract negotiation, contract administration, and litigation involving both public and private works ranging from single-family homes to large-scale commercial, industrial, and government projects. His practice also incorporates transactional work, including contract drafting, mechanic's lien and stop notice issues, and real property transfers and leasing.
Mr. Fisk is a member of the Forum on the Construction Industry of the American Bar Association and the Real Property Section of the State Bar of California and Bar Association of San Francisco.
Mr. Fisk is a 2000 graduate of Santa Clara University School of Law and a graduate of the University of Oregon. During law school, Mr. Fisk volunteered for the East San Jose Community Law Center, where he represented low-income clients in matters ranging from immigration law to small business advice. He is proficient in Spanish.
•Duane Morris LLP
- Partner, 2009-present
- Associate, 2006-2008
•Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft LLP
- Associate, 2004-2005 (merged with Duane Morris)
•Coudert Brothers LLP
•Lanahan & Reilley LLP
•Co-author, CACI Jury Instructions, Construction Law (CACI 4500-4551)
•Author, CMAR Project Delivery for Public Works Projects in California: Benefits and Risks Under Current Statutory Structure , Construction Management, June 2013
Selected Speaking Engagements
•Panelist, A Comparison of Location-Based Construction Scheduling Method with the Traditional Critical Path Method: New and Improved, or More of the Same? Construction SuperConference 2011, San Francisco, December 15, 2011