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Steve represents businesses up and down the construction contract chain—from owners and developers and lenders and sureties to contractors and subcontractors to architects and engineers—helping them deal fairly with other parties and protecting their rights when those other parties fail to meet their obligations.

Steve is the consummate outside construction counsel, drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts for clients ranging from large corporations to small closely held companies, but primarily litigating disputes in state and federal courts and mediation and arbitration proceedings throughout the country.

He regularly advises clients on issues involving breach of contract, lien and bond claims, defects, defaults, complex commercial foreclosures, lease disputes, liquidations, bankruptcy preference, and fraudulent transfers. 

And though a client may need to engage in bet-the-company litigation, facilitating a quick and just resolution may be more desirable for restoring relationships and reputations than an all-out war.

Besides his exceptional lawyering and advocacy skills, clients appreciate Steve’s candor and straightforward approach. He’s not a “yes man” afraid to deliver bad news; instead, he accurately assesses every situation and tells it like it is. To Steve, being a good attorney means building long-lasting, trust-based relationships with his clients.
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