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Addressing the Court



Construction law has always comprised a large portion of the Firm’s caseload, encompassing all types of disputes arising out of an endless variety of project types:
•    Airports
•    Amusement and theme park rides and attractions
•    Bridges
•    College and educational facilities
•    Commercial office buildings
•    Condominiums
•    Hospitals
•    Industrial facilities
•    Nursing home and retirement facilities
•    Performing arts centers
•    Power plants
•    Prisons and jails
•    Residences, single family, townhomes, villas
•    Retail and movie complexes
•    Roads and highways
•    Sheet pile shored excavations and trenches
•    Stadiums
•    Subdivisions
•    Swimming pools

Dogali Selvy attorneys routinely represent all players in the construction industry: architects and engineers, developers, owners, contractors, subcontractors, surveyors, and insurers. The claim types are just as diverse, encompassing: cost overrun and delay claims; construction defects; mold and mildew claims; Chapter 558 inspections; code compliance; permitting disputes; water intrusion damages; ADA compliance; mechanics’ lien claims; performance and payment bond disputes; insurance coverage disputes; professional malpractice in design and construction administration; construction site accidents; and many more.

Through Andy Dogali, the Firm has also lectured on a wide variety of construction law issues, particularly in relation to design professionals, including seminars and presentations regarding A/E construction phase services, code compliance issues, ADA concerns, delay damages, the economic loss doctrine, and more. Previously, he served as national moderator of the Construction Law Forum on Counsel Connect, formerly the nation's largest internet online service for attorneys, and as a construction law panelist for Court TV Legal Helpline, a public service webpage.


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