Brad’s practice focuses on construction law litigation, claim preparation, and dispute resolution. Brad has over thirteen years’ experience in representing clients in connection with complex construction disputes in multiple jurisdictions. As lead counsel, Brad has represented clients in multi-million dollar construction disputes involving a broad range of issues. Brad’s extensive construction litigation experience includes highway and commercial construction disputes, delay and disruption claims, geotechnical issues and differing site conditions, wastewater treatment facilities, dam construction, bridge construction and design issues, environmental and erosion control issues, HVAC and electrical systems, drywall and interior finishes, concrete issues, commercial general liability and builders’ risk insurance, state and federal bid protests, claim preparation, mechanic’s liens, performance and payment bond issues, and contract drafting.
Brad has represented both large and small prime contractors, subcontractors and owners in complex construction litigation from the claim preparation stage through the discovery process and trial. Brad has extensive litigation and trial experience in state and federal courts. Brad has also successfully represented clients in mediations and arbitrations. Brad has also negotiated settlements of complex construction disputes.
Brad is a graduate of West Virginia University College of Law (J.D., 2003) and University of Florida (B.A., with honors, 1999). He is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, State of Maryland, State of West Virginia, State of Iowa and related Federal Courts.