Dan focuses his practice in the construction industry and has a diverse, industry-wide client base from the owner/developer, to the trade subcontractor, and everything in between. He handles construction cases from a multitude of perspectives and is uniquely qualified to help a broad range of construction industry members navigate their day-to-day issues. Dan does so with sensitivity to cost, resources, and the reality that suing a long-time customer is a last resort. When cases require legal action, he is a zealous advocate, devoted to achieving what his client, not he, views as a “win.”
Dan has extensive experience in prosecuting and defending major construction disputes in state and federal court and before arbitrators. He has also resolved numerous cases in non-binding forums like mediation. Dan’s clients call upon him to resolve payment disputes, scope of work/change order disputes, delay/acceleration/inefficiency claims, mechanics’ liens, and payment and performance bond claims. Along the way, Dan handles cases and projects in jurisdictions across the country, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Maryland, Indiana, and Tennessee.
Dan is active in the construction community, counseling and educating construction trade association members and presenting construction law seminars. He is a former co-editor of the firm’s construction blog,Construction Law Now, and writes about topical legal developments in the construction industry.