Maryland Building & Construction Law Attorneys

The Maryland construction law lawyers at Goldberg & Banks, P.C. offer their clients over 80 years of combined experience in complex civil litigation and representing participants in the building and construction industry.

G&B’s commercial building and construction clients include public owners, private owners and foundations, architects, engineers, consultants, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and sureties.

From the earliest phases of a construction project, and based upon over 35 years as outside counsel to the American Institute of Architects Contract Documents Committee, G&B assists its clients with the drafting and negotiation of contracts on a vast array of design-bid-build, construction management, and design-build projects.

When disputes arise on a project, G&B represents commercial clients on issues relating to contract interpretation, design professional liability, construction defect claims, impact and delay claims, mechanics lien and payment bond claims, and insurance coverage claims.

G&B also regularly assists clients with commercial law disputes, insurance coverage disputes, and architectural copyright infringement claims.

Howard Goldberg, a principal of G&B, also serves as a mediator and arbitrator of construction law disputes for both the American Arbitration Association and private alternative dispute resolution.

Robin Banks, a principal of G&B, frequently speaks and authors publications on a variety of construction law topics, such as new releases of, and new developments in, AIA Contract Documents, negotiation of design professional and contractor contracts, architectural copyright, innovative design: risks and rewards for the design professional, and payment bond and mechanics lien claims.

Located in the heart of Baltimore County, G&B’s practice extends to all areas of Maryland and the District of Columbia, including state and federal courts (both at the trial and appellate levels) and administrative proceedings.

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