Homeowners, Municipal Boards, property owners, contractors, and developers, in both the public and private sectors, have relied upon the Buglione Law Firm for our expertise in all facets of construction dispute resolution. In today’s increasingly complex regulatory and business environment, our construction law attorneys have experience in a variety of construction agreements, project delivery systems and construction claim arbitration litigation. We also have particular strengths in arbitration, mediation, and other alternative dispute methods, relating to a variety of construction and project delivery issues.
Our attorneys are dedicated to finding sensible, cost-effective solutions to help clients proactively avoid problems. When a dispute arises, we help clients get to the base of the problem and work to end it with creative and winning solutions. From construction defect disputes to delay claims, to mechanics lien payment and performance bond claims, our lawyers are ready to help clients achieve what is required to conclude with a successful project.
The Buglione Law Firm also represents clients who wish to develop their property or change its use. We regularly pursue the necessary permits or zoning changes, and appeal denials at the municipal level for development, and defend lawsuits and administrative proceedings brought upon by neighbors opposed to proposed use. In addition, our law firm has represented and still represents a number of municipal land use boards in the State of New Jersey.
Our trial lawyers regularly litigate other disputes arising from the ownership of real estate, including enforcing purchase and sale agreements, commercial landlord/tenant litigation, disagreements about access rights, dispute between real estate lenders and borrowers, real estate tax disputes, and eminent domain matters.
This area of our practice is closely related to our environmental representation, and allows us to serve our clients in a broad range of cross-over issues, from developers of housing or commercial uses to owners of malls or factories or office buildings, to real estate lenders, purchasers or borrowers to public entities.