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A Practical Guide to Construction Litigation From Experienced Practitioners

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Date Published

March 3, 2021


Monroe County Bar Association


Litigation, Professional Practice


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Construction litigation is not simple contract law. Rather, it is a complex practice area typically involving multiple party litigation that is controlled by both contract principles and governing statutes such as the New York Lien Law. This course offers a primer on construction litigation including the controlling principles, pre-commencement considerations, and the identification of proper parties. The panel will also present on frequently litigated construction issues such as progress payments and delay claims. The panel consists of Tony Adams and John Dreste, two of Rochester’s most experienced construction litigators.

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Robert P. Yawman

ROBERT P. YAWMAN, ESQ., is an Associate Attorney at Adams Leclair, LLP. Rob’spractice focuses on business litigation,... Read More

John W. Dreste

JOHN W. DRESTE, ESQ., is Partner at Ernstrom & Dreste, LLP. He concentrates hispractice in all aspects of the... Read More

Anthony J. Adams

ANTHONY J. ADAMS, JR., ESQ., is a founding partner of Adams Leclair, LLP, havingpreviously practiced with Adams Bell Adams,... Read More

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