Mr. Joshua J. Sundloff

Mr. Joshua J. Sundloff: Attorney with Babcock Scott & Babcock, P.C.

Biography

Mr. Sundloff is an associate at Babcock Scott & Babcock. He practices design and construction law and related litigation. He aids in the firm's representation of architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and owners.Prior to attending law school, Mr. Sundloff worked for as a project manager and landscape architect at an architecture/engineering firm in Salt Lake City. While there Mr. Sundloff frequently worked with owners, developers, design professionals, contractors, and material suppliers on retail developments in Utah and Idaho. Mr. Sundloff was involved in all aspects of the design process of a project including, initial concept and site planning, entitlements, construction documents, bidding, and construction observation. Additionally, just prior to attending law school, Mr. Sundloff worked for as a senior planner at the Utah office of a national transportation engineering and planning firm. These experiences have given Mr. Sundloff a broad understanding of the construction and development industry and an ability to recognize the interests of those entities involved in the design and construction process.•Utah Chapter Executive Committee Member of ASLA•Served as Chairman of Kaysville City Planning Commission 2009-2010•Licensed Landscape Architect. Utah License #7133778-5301•LEED Accredited Professional•Member of Kaysville City Planning Commission. 2008-2010Published Works•Giving Mechanic's Lien Rights to Design Professionals in Idaho: The Logical Solution, 49 Idaho L. Rev. 205 (2012).•An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: Utah's Preconstruction Lien. Utah Chapter ASLA, September 2013 Newsletter.•Managing Risk. Utah Chapter ASLA, August 2011 Newsletter.•Where a Drop of Water is a Drop of Gold: Water Law in Utah. Utah Chapter ASLA, June 2014 Newsletter.•The Construction Blawg. Author and contributor. Since 2013.Presentations•Continuing Education Presentations on Utah's Mechanic's Lien Law. Associated General Contractors (AGC) and Associated Builders and Contractors, 2013.•Utah Lien Recovery Fund Primer. Utah Nursery and Landscape Association 2014 Green Conference. January 27, 2014.

Areas of Practice (9)

  • Construction Law
  • Construction Litigation
  • Construction Claims
  • Construction Contracts
  • Construction Defects
  • Construction Insurance Defense
  • Construction Liens
  • Construction Mediation
  • Construction and Design Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
801-531-7000  Phone
801-531-7060  Fax
www.babcockscott.com
University Attended:
Utah State University, B.A., 2005
Law School Attended:
University of Idaho College of Law, J.D., 2013
Year of First Admission:
2013
Admission:
2013, Utah; 2013, U.S. District Court, District of Utah; 2014, Arizona
Memberships:
Utah Bar Association, Construction Law SectionAmerican Bar AssociationAmerican Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry.
ISLN:
922036546
Payment Information:
  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available

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Salt Lake City, Utah

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