Constriction litigation disputes often arise in the New York, New Jersey metropolitan area given the number of construction projects and population density.  Construction litigation involves litigation over any legal issue related to the construction or repair of a home, building or other structure.  Federal statutes, such as workplace safety regulations and employment laws, can impose requirements on worksites and hiring practices. States may impose additional regulations on top of federal ones, which can range from safety and employment to environmental rules. City and county ordinances may impose additional restrictions on zoning and construction noise.  Construction litigation can involve violations, or alleged violations, of these statutes and regulations.  It can also involve contractual disputes between the customer and the contractor or the contractor and a sub-contractor.

Some common construction litigation issues include:

  • Mechanics Lien
  • Lis Pendens
  • Breach of Contract
  • Unjust Enrichment
  • Constructive Trust
  • Land Use
  • Eminent Domain
  • Real Estate
  • Environmental Law
  • Developer Litigation

The attorneys at Larkin Farrell, LLC are here to use their knowledge and experience to help their clients navigate the complex terrain construction litigation can involve. The attorneys at Larkin Farrell, LLC have handled and tried thousands of cases for the institutional clients that we have represented for the past 15+ years. We have represented those clients in arbitration and court. We have tried cases in Civil and Supreme Court in all 5 boroughs as well as many of the District Courts in Long Island. We have a very high win rate and client satisfaction rating.

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