Zach serves as counsel to a broad range of clients in the construction industry, including general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties, and owners. As the son of a contractor, he understands both the unique challenges and significant business opportunities that arise during the construction process. From contract negotiation through substantial completion and beyond, Zach works with his clients to identify potential issues in an effort to avoid risks and preserve their rights. When problems persist, he assists his clients in developing thoughtful solutions and provides reasoned insight to help them make informed business decisions.
With a continually growing litigation practice, Zach has tried a number of construction cases in both federal and state courts and alternative dispute resolution forums. He has handled matters in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and California.
Zach routinely serves as counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of major construction disputes on all types of construction projects, including sports stadiums, healthcare facilities, public and private schools, courthouses, railroads, parking garages, hotels, multi-use developments, warehouses, and other commercial and industrial buildings. He also counsels clients on matters involving payment disputes, construction and design defects, delay and inefficiency claims, payment and performance bonds, and mechanics’ liens.