Construction Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation
Experienced And Tenacious New York And New Jersey Construction Lawyers
Construction Litigation Lawyers Representing Professionals
The construction law attorneys at the Law Offices of Stephen Bialkowski, LLC, zealously represent owners, contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, developers, suppliers, lending institutions and other professionals with construction disputes that issue in the state and federal courts of New York and New Jersey. Mr. Bialkowski is also admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
A Rare Insight Into Construction Arbitration
Many construction contracts include a clause mandating the use of arbitration as the sole method for construction dispute resolution. While arbitration may be a cost-efficient method to resolve construction litigation, it is not appropriate for every circumstance.
Attorney Stephen W. Bialkowski has served as an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association for construction matters. Therefore, he understands the intricacies of arbitration that many other attorneys do not.
How Mediation Resolves Construction Disputes
Construction mediation is a great way to resolve a case before parties to a dispute spend money and time with litigation or arbitration. Because the process is nonbinding, there is no downside to its use.
Prior to mediation, our attorneys carefully study our client's files so that we can present a clear picture of why a demand must be paid. We also recommend the use of experienced and knowledgeable mediators who can cut through the hyperbole and find the important issues in a dispute. It is our belief that every case should use the mediation process because of its proven track record with clients.
New York And New Jersey Dispute Resolution Attorneys
Protect your rights, interests and investments. Discuss your specific dispute resolution needs with the construction law attorneys at the Law Offices of Stephen Bialkowski, LLC. Contact our firm for zealous legal counsel in New Jersey or New York.