Experienced Representation for Construction Disputes

Mechanic's Liens · Construction Defects · Breach of Contract

A construction dispute can derail transactions and cause a ripple effect for owners, builders, buyers and other parties involved. The business litigation attorneys of McCabe & Mack LLP understand the special considerations in construction-related disputes, including the need for timely resolution.

We have represented all sides in construction litigation, including homeowners and commercial property owners, contractors and suppliers, design professionals and lenders. Based in Poughkeepsie, we litigate in state and federal courts of Dutchess County and the entire Hudson Valley.

Construction Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

The attorneys of our Commercial Litigation Group are well-versed in prosecuting and defending construction disputes, including:

  • Mechanic's liens for nonpayment
  • Construction contract disputes (overruns, change orders)
  • Fraud or misrepresentation
  • Breach of contract and nonperformance
  • Construction defects (workmanship, water intrusion, structural damage)

We recognize the need to quickly resolve disputes when construction projects are underway or when homebuyers or commercial tenants are in a holding pattern. Our lawyers can pursue every remedy, in or out of court, including arbitration, injunctive relief such as specific performance, perfecting of liens and foreclosure actions, surety bond claims and lawsuits for damages.

Building Consensus or Rolling Into Court

Arrange a consultation with our construction dispute attorneys to discuss the merits of litigating versus negotiating. We are known for our personalized service and ethical representation in pursuit of the most favorable outcome for our clients.




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