Arbitration, Mediation & Litigation
Construction Disputes ▪ Breach of Contract ▪ Non-payment • Back Charges • Extra Work • Project Delays • Work Stoppages • Mechanic’s Liens
Located in New York City, The Law Offices of Ronald Francis has over 30 years of experience handling arbitration, mediation and litigation of construction disputes for contractors, developers, owners, architects and engineers throughout Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Nassau County.
Arbitration, Mediation or Litigation?
Many construction contracts, such as AIA Contracts, contain an “arbitration clause” that require that all disputes be resolved through arbitration — like through the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Other construction contracts may require that the parties resolve all disputes in court, are silent as to the dispute resolution method, or they give the parties to the construction contract the choice of arbitration, mediation, or litigation.
The Law Offices of Ronald Francis is skilled at handling your construction dispute through arbitration, mediation or litigation. Attorney Ronald Francis will thoroughly review your situation and discuss with you the “pros” and “cons” of arbitration, mediation and litigation, and provide you with advice — based on over 30 years of experience — on the best avenue to achieve the most successful outcome.
Arbitration, Mediation & Litigation of Construction Disputes
The firm handles many different types of construction disputes that are resolved through arbitration, mediation or litigation, including:
- Non-payment for contracted or extra work
- Back charges
- Work stoppages and delays
- Breach of contract
- Mechanic’s Liens
Through vigorous advocacy, New York Construction Attorney Ronald Francis can represent your interests throughout the legal process and aid you in obtaining a successful result.
To learn more about arbitration, mediation and litigation, and how New York City lawyer Ronald Francis can help with your construction law matter, contact The Law Offices of Ronald Francis. A free initial consultation is offered so you can discuss your options with a dedicated attorney.