Sarah is experienced in matters of construction litigation. Specifically, Sarah represents contractors in matters involving changes, schedule delays and acceleration, defects, differing site conditions, payment disputes, and contract suspensions and terminations. Sarah has assisted her clients in achieving successful outcomes in mediation and arbitration proceedings as well as before state and federal courts and federal boards of contract appeals.
Sarah’s years of nation-wide litigation experience are pivotal in her ability to provide clients with advice from the onset of their project or venture and to assist her clients in understanding and avoiding pitfalls that often lead to litigation. In addition to representing her clients in the areas of construction law and litigation, Sarah also represents her clients in employment law matters that often arise in the world of construction - such as matters involving non-competition and non-solicitation issues, compliance with state and federal sick and family leave requirements, and general employment policies.
Honors and Awards
Super Lawyers Rising Star 2016-2018
Articles & Publications
The Contract Disputes Act: What Every Contractor and Surety Professional Should Know, Part 1 of 2, Surety Bond Quarterly, Fall 2018, Vol. 5, Issue 3,
•The Contract Disputes Act: What Every Federal Government Contractor Should Know
•Potential Pitfalls Under the Contract Disputes Act for Federal Government Contractors
•ASA-Smith Currie Corporate Wellness Seminar - June 1, 2018 - National Harbor, MD
•Virtual Seminar - Traditions and Innovation: What You Need to Know About Project Delivery Today - May 8, 2018