John W. Davidson primarily practices in the Firm's Construction Practice Group, for which he is a former Practice Group Coordinator.
Mr. Davidson represents parties in construction projects including hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, condominiums, apartment complexes, retail centers, industrial facilities, and private residences. Mr. Davidson's practice is focused on assisting clients from the beginning of the construction project to the end. Such assistance includes negotiating and drafting construction contracts, evaluation of claims and disputes during construction, project close out, and any litigation or arbitration that may arise. Mr. Davidson regularly represents owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, each with an eye toward effectively and efficiently arriving at the successful conclusion of the construction project.
Mr. Davidson also devotes a portion of his practice to the representation of clients in environmental matters and real property disputes.
· Chair of the Construction Law Section of the S.C. Bar
· Leadership Columbia
Nexsen Pruet Earns Designation as 'Midlands Green Business'
Nexsen Pruet has earned designation as a Midlands Green Business, joining other Columbia-area organizations that are committed to environmentally responsible practices in the workplace.
Seven Nexsen Pruet Attorneys Become Members of the Firm
Construction Law Alert: "Later is Never the Right Time to Check Your Insurance"
John Davidson discusses the importance of having the appropriate insurance coverage for your construction project.
SC Supreme Court Finds Insurance Coverage in Construction Defect Case
The S.C. Supreme Court has clarified the issue of CGL coverage for damages associated with construction defects in a way that should prove helpful to contractors and owners.
Construction Law Alert
Time to Check Your Insurance
The Times They Are A Changin': Legal And Market Trends In The Insurance Industry
John Davidson practices in Nexsen Pruet's Construction Group out of the firm's Columbia office, examine trends within the insurance industry, including attempts by insurance carriers to limit or eliminate their exposure in this article published in South Carolina Lawyers Weekly.
CLIENT ALERT: 2005 Amendment Reduces Risks Associated with Redeveloping Brownfields
The South Carolina Brownfields Voluntary Cleanup Program now provides additional liability protection for developers of contaminated lands.
Will the new ergonomics standard effect your business?
Construction Law Breakfast Briefing - Advanced Lien & Bond Law: What You Need to Know When it Matters
Nexsen Pruet 2008 Construction Industry Shoot
Civic & Professional Memberships
· South Carolina Bar
· Richland County Bar
· ABA Forum on the Construction Industry
· Vice President, Forest Lake Elementary Education Foundation