Goldberg & Connolly is an established New York law firm providing counsel and advocacy in the areas of construction law, government contracting surety law, real estate development, policyholder coverage, commercial law, and litigation. With a central law office on Long Island, we serve clients within the tri-state area, including New York City, and nationwide.
The hallmarks of our practice are attentive client service, aggressive advocacy, and creative, practical problem solving. Our partners are recognized authorities in all aspects of construction and government contract law and are often at the forefront of new issues, developments and legislation affecting the industry. We work closely with our clients, guiding them through complex legal problems while taking proactive measures to avoid future disputes and other liabilities. We are intimately familiar with the unique challenges that arise during the planning, design, procurement, construction, and management of a construction project.
Our clients include general contractors and construction managers, subcontractors, construction suppliers, manufacturers, public and private owners, developers, government agencies, sureties, design professionals, and other parties in the construction industry.
Our attorneys are skilled negotiators who routinely resolve disputes through mediation and arbitration. When trial advocacy is required, we are always prepared.
To learn more or to arrange a consultation with an experienced New York construction lawyer, please contact our law firm online or by telephone at 800-668-6611.
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