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Construction Contract Issues

Skilled Attorneys Advise Clients on Phoenix Construction Contract Issues

Construction contract lawyers in Phoenix, Arizona resolve difficult problems

The construction industry is essential to the growth and vitality of the Phoenix area and Arizona in general. However, construction contracts can raise specialized, sometimes complicated, legal issues that may require the assistance of an attorney knowledgeable regarding the applicable laws. With more than 20 years representing contractors and subcontractors, Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C. in Phoenix is ready to assist contractors, property owners, subcontractors and suppliers.

What kinds of legal issues arise from construction contracts?

Construction projects can give rise to a number of contractual issues, such as:

  • Whether the work was substantially performed to specification
  • The conditions under which a contractor may delay work
  • Whether the contract contains warranties as to the quality of the work and, if so, whether the contractor and subcontractors satisfy those warranties
  • What liability a contractor has for substandard performance by a subcontractor
  • When must the contractor and subcontractors be paid and under what circumstances may payment be withheld
  • How disputes between the parties are to be resolved

We have the knowledge and experience to address these or other concerns associated with your construction contract.

Firm asserts clients’ rights in disputes relating to construction payments

One frequent and troubling problem that contractors and subcontractors face is non-payment or late payment for their work. The property owner might fail to keep up with the required payments to the primary contractor and the contractor might fail to pay the subcontractors in a timely manner. In some instances, effective communication is all that’s needed. Other times, contractors should act quickly to preserve their ability to attach a mechanic’s lien to the property. If you are unfamiliar with the process, we can help. Beyond that, our accomplished construction law attorneys are capable of representing you effectively if arbitration or litigation becomes necessary to recover what you are owed.

Experienced advocates work to resolve disagreements without litigation

Conflicts over payment and other matters can frequently be worked out without going through the time, expense and hassle associated with litigation. Even after a lawsuit has been comments, our firm can work to negotiate a settlement that can addresses payment, liability and quality-of-work issues. We might also be able utilize a method of alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration, that could be mandated by the contract or agreed to by the parties. However, if these processes are not available and the other side is not amenable to resolving the dispute amicably, we will pursue your claim to judgment and defend you from any counterclaim.

Contact a Phoenix law firm that understands construction contract issues

Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C., represents a diverse group of clients in cases stemming from construction contract issues. To schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable lawyer, call our office today at 866-696-2033 or contact us online. Located in midtown Phoenix, our office is easily accessed by light rail or car, with plenty of available parking.

What others are saying about us
  • "I would recommend Mr. Hudspeth unequivocally. Not only is he an outstanding business attorney, he also provided me with access to a divorce attorney. Thanks to his skill, and resources available outside the Phoenix law family, I was successful in challenging a “family law” mediation that was particularly and grossly unfair." - Chandler, Arizona Private Individual

  • "Thank you for the work you have done in creating these documents. It is always a pleasure dealing with this firm!" - J. P.

  • "An excellent response. Masterfully prepared. Thank you." - El Paso, Texas Real Estate Investor

  • "Glad about meeting with Don. Felt so much better, better than in 15 years. Really appreciated the conversation." - RH, Phoenix Manufacturing Company

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Donald W. Hudspeth
Principal Attorney

Attorney Donald W. Hudspeth has more than twenty years’ experience practicing corporate and business law. Before attending law school, Mr. Hudspeth held a stock brokers license at the age of 21 and owned his own business at the age of 23. He was a business law professor at Arizona State University, West Campus, and has conducted classes and seminars for a number of higher institutions and organizations. Mr. Hudspeth has published two books on law and is the founder of the radio programs Law on the Edge and Law Talk.

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Robert J. McGee
Associate Attorney

Robert J. McGee is an Arizona native who has been practicing law since 2014. Robert’s primary experience is with all aspects of intellectual property – trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and patents. Robert has substantial additional experience with cyberlaw. He is an avid collector of esoteric knowledge and always takes an interest in the details of how each client’s business works.

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Mark S. Hamilton
Attorney

About Attorney Mark S. Hamilton has experience handling all aspects of civil and commercial litigation in federal, state, and tribal courts at the trial and appellate levels. Practice Areas Business litigation Commercial litigation Education University Of Hawaii Wm. S. Richardson School Of Law, Juris Doctor - 2002 University Of Hawaii, Master Of Arts In Asian…

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The scholarship is awarded to students for academic merit with an interest in business and business law. Candidates may have majored in fields other than business, have taken a break between college and law school, or have had exceptional life experiences.

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