Content is provided by the firm. Huddles Jones Sorteberg & Dachille, P.C. limits its practice exclusively to construction and government contract law, with about 90% of its practice devoted to construction litigation. Since its inception in 1995, the firm has served the construction community (including contractors, materialmen, owners, developers, architects, engineers, insurers and sureties) in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and many other regions of the country. Firm lawyers hold degrees in architecture and engineering, have served as government counsel, and have extensive construction field experience. Applying this expertise, the firm handles cases involving, among other things, non-payment, additional services, default terminations, design defects, differing conditions, changes, delays, suspensions of work, acceleration, labor inefficiency, bid mistakes and bid protests, mechanics’ liens, bond claims and insurance claims, on construction projects of virtually every type.
Huddles Jones Sorteberg & Dachille, P.C. routinely provides services which include: conducting mediations and arbitrations; consultations; drafting and reviewing contract documents; preparing draft project correspondence; performing schedule and claim analyses; preparing actual claim submissions; and litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. Firm lawyers also perform client seminars; write articles for publication; serve as faculty at construction-related conferences; lobby with respect to proposed legislative change affecting the construction industry; serve as court-appointed mediators and special masters in construction-related cases; and serve on the panel of mediators and arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association.