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  • Bone McAllester Norton’s Construction Law attorneys are trusted partners in the construction industry.  From initial contract and bid negotiations through project close out and dispute resolution, they provide guidance to the client at every stage of the process. Our Construction Law attorneys regularly advise clients through all stages of the building process on matters related to the building and development of both commercial and residential properties as well as project finance.   

    We believe that a well-drafted contract is the key to avoiding many disputes.  Therefore, we work to advise our clients on best practices and nuances in the construction documents to achieve the best result for their project.

    When disputes arise our attorneys have the experience to guide our clients through dispute resolution.  We understand the business and legal challenges of construction disputes and work to bring our clients the best results given the complexity of the construction industry.  Owners/Developers, general contractors, subcontractors and designers seek our expertise and representation in both federal and state courts and mediation, arbitration in both state and federal courts.

    Our legal team has helped clients successfully navigate and erect many different structures throughout Tennessee.

    Practicing attorneys include: Glen A. Civitts, Marty Cook, I'Ashea L. Myles, Sam Jackson, Sam McAllester, Chris Raybeck, Jack F. Stringham II.

    Some of our clients' projects include:

    • Luxury Multi-Use Commercial Developments
    • Luxury High-Rise Hotels
    • Residential Developments
    • Hotels

    Our construction law attorneys represent:

    • General Contractors
    • Subcontractors
    • Owners/Developers
    • Lenders
    • Insurers
    • Sureties

    We regularly advise our clients in the following areas of construction practice:

    • Drafting and negotiating contracts
    • Contract disputes
    • Defective work
    • Payment disputes
    • Mechanic’s and materialmen’s liens
    • Design defects
    • Delay claims
    • OSHA compliance matters
    • Code and permitting matters
    • Licensing disputes and compliance matters
    • Project finance
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  • David M Anthony

  • Glen A Civitts

  • Marshall T Cook

  • Samuel L Jackson

  • I'Ashea L. Myles

  • Sam McAllester

  • Chris Raybeck

  • Jack F. Stringham

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