Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice. Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract
Construction Construction mediation is a balancing act every bit as demanding as working 50 stories high on a scaffold. The construction mediator must deal with multiple parties, lawyers and insurance carriers simultaneously. Knowledge of the business, the culture and applicable insurance issues are indispensable. As Circuit Judges, Jay Daugherty and Robert Schieber tried, conducted settlement negotiations and mediated construction related cases for over 20 years, ranging from large multi-party general contractor/subcontractor cases to small home repair and construction cases. John Phillips has long been recognized as one of the regions finest construction mediators and arbitrators. All have conducted construction mediations involving large highway and road construction cases involving municipalities and MoDot; large commercial construction cases involving downtown high- rises, building projects in the Power and Light District, and suburban shopping malls; managing receiverships for properties on the Plaza; and condo conversions downtown and in the River Market. In addition, they have also mediated cases for various construction trades including electrical, plumbing, flooring, grading, painting, flat work, roofing, insulation, framing, deck work, structural steel, foundations, mud jacking, geological testing, site prep, and many more. This combined experience gives our mediators the knowledge and skill to handle even the most complex construction disputes, whether they involve office buildings, condos, industrial space, homes, suburban malls, road projects or any other construction problem.
Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice. Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract
Construction Construction mediation is a balancing act every bit as demanding as working 50 stories high on a scaffold. The construction mediator must deal with multiple parties, lawyers and insurance carriers simultaneously. Knowledge of the business, the culture and applicable insurance issues are indispensable. As Circuit Judges, Jay Daugherty and Robert Schieber tried, conducted settlement negotiations and mediated construction related cases for over 20 years, ranging from large multi-party general contractor/subcontractor cases to small home repair and construction cases. John Phillips has long been recognized as one of the regions finest construction mediators and arbitrators. All have conducted construction mediations involving large highway and road construction cases involving municipalities and MoDot; large commercial construction cases involving downtown high-rises, building projects in the Power and Light District, and suburban shopping malls; managing receiverships for properties on the Plaza; and condo conversions downtown and in the River Market. In addition, they have also mediated cases for various construction trades including electrical, plumbing, flooring, grading, painting, flat work, roofing, insulation, framing, deck work, structural steel, foundations, mud jacking, geological testing, site prep, and many more. This combined experience gives our mediators the knowledge and skill to handle even the most complex construction disputes, whether they involve office buildings, condos, industrial space, homes, suburban malls, road projects or any other construction problem.
Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice. Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract
Construction mediation is a balancing act every bit as demanding as working 50 stories high on a scaffold. The construction mediator must deal with multiple parties, lawyers and insurance carriers simultaneously. Knowledge of the business, the culture and applicable insurance issues are indispensable. As Circuit Judges, Jay Daugherty and Robert Schieber tried, conducted settlement negotiations and mediated construction related cases for over 20 years, ranging from large multi-party general contractor/subcontractor cases to small home repair and construction cases. John Phillips has long been recognized as one of the regions finest construction mediators and arbitrators. All have conducted construction mediations involving large highway and road construction cases involving municipalities and MoDot; large commercial construction cases involving downtown high-rises, building projects in the Power and Light District, and suburban shopping malls; managing receiverships for properties on the Plaza; and condo conversions downtown and in the River Market. In addition, they have also mediated cases for various construction trades including electrical, plumbing, flooring, grading, painting, flat work, roofing, insulation, framing, deck work, structural steel, foundations, mud jacking, geological testing, site prep, and many more. This combined experience gives our mediators the knowledge and skill to handle even the most complex construction disputes, whether they involve office buildings, condos, industrial space, homes, suburban malls, road projects or any other construction problem.