Since the Firm was established in 1988, our attorneys have represented every potential party to a dispute on a construction project, including owners, developers, sureties, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. We have litigated, arbitrated and mediated cases from Maine to Florida and from New Jersey to Hawaii. Over the years, we have worked for our clients on virtually every type of construction project including: major office buildings, stadiums, hospitals, shopping centers, condominiums, government buildings, bridges, water treatment plants, petro-chemical plants, highways, airports, factories, and schools.

With our first hand knowledge of the construction industry, our attorneys are equipped to assess problems quickly and assist in the tactical and strategic decisions that can make the difference between a project wrought with problems and one that is successfully completed. We are involved in all phases of construction projects, and our attorneys work with our clients to answer day-to-day questions with respect to:

  • Contract negotiations and document preparation
  • Bid protests and bid withdrawals on public projects
  • Injunctions
  • Complex operational and financial issues that arise during a project
  • Delay, disruption, and acceleration claims process
  • Surety bond claims
  • Contracting on the Federal, State, and local levels
  • Construction changes and differing site conditions
  • Mechanics' and Construction Lien Laws
  • Government procurement and Miller Act issues
  • Corporate compliance and dispute procedures
  • Affirmative action and hiring goals on construction projects

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Cohen Seglias is committed to creating a work environment and culture that embraces its core values of teamwork, respect, professional integrity and diversity through all possible means. We understand that a diverse workforce enhances service quality by affording the benefits of innovative and unique perspectives and approaches to legal issues. We are proud that we have attracted outstanding lawyers who also are diverse in gender, race, age, and religion.

We recognize that our continued success depends upon our ability to recruit, hire, train, mentor and retain excellent and diverse attorneys and staff. Maintaining an inclusive organization where all feel welcomed and empowered to succeed enables us to provide the breadth of experience and perspective that best serves our ever more diverse clientele and community. Our culture is a significant component in promoting diversity. To achieve our goals we:

  • tap into the widest possible pool of people to attract, maintain and enrich a collective workforce that is reflective of a broad range of ideas and talent;
  • actively recruit candidates from law schools covering a wide geographic area;
  • offer clients ideas and solutions that come from tapping into a broad base of talent;
  • respond to the expectations of our clients: having a diverse and representative workforce is of great importance and clients expect this of us;
  • motivate our people by providing a supportive culture where everyone feels he or she is treated fairly and can perform to their utmost;
  • provide an environment where people work as teams, listen to each other, share ideas; and
  • strive for diversity at all levels of the firm, including both professionals and staff.

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