don-gregory-headshotDon Gregory

With more than 30 years of experience counseling clients in many of the most important cases impacting the construction industry, Don is highly rated as one of Ohio’s very best construction lawyers. His work regularly includes contractor and subcontractor agreements, risk management, and all aspects of a project from bid to punch list. He also advises clients on construction litigation issues, including claims, mechanic’s liens and prompt payment. Don is active both as an advocate in the alternative dispute resolution process and regularly serves as a mediator and arbitrator solving complex construction disputes.

mike-madigan-headshotMike Madigan

Having focused his practice on the industry for 10 years, Mike has extensive experience aiding clients with all facets of construction law. Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked as a project manager for a national contractor and obtained his degree in civil engineering. Mike’s strong construction and engineering background lends to the practical advice he provides for each client.

eric-travers-headshotEric Travers

Representing owners, subcontractors, general contractors, suppliers and others in the construction industry, Eric is well-versed in all aspects of construction law. He regularly advises clients on matters involving change order issues, risk management strategies and payment disputes. He has successfully helped numerous clients resolve disputes through alternative dispute resolution techniques, including mediation and arbitration.

stephanie-union-headshotStephanie P. Union

Stephanie’s legal insights for the construction industry are formed from more than 15 years of advising clients. She understands the complex issues both construction companies and individuals can face when creditors’ rights and bankruptcy matters arise. Stephanie counsels clients on numerous facets of disputes, including bankruptcy, collections of judgment, foreclosures and litigation.

Timothy A. Kelley

Tim is a litigator whose experience in construction law focuses heavily on the many nuances of the mechanic’s lien laws. He represents owners, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in all manner of construction disputes, and also has experience in OSHA defense.

Christy A. Prince

Combining her focus in creditor rights and bankruptcy with her experience in real estate litigation, Christy applies her skills to insolvency issues related to construction projects and commercial real estate matters connected to bankruptcy, such as lien disputes and property liquidations.