Diserio Martin O’Connor & Castiglioni LLP’s trial lawyers have been involved complex commercial construction matters involving multiple parties, including:
- Representation of a noted architectural firm in the defense of multi-million dollar comprehensive claim commenced by a governmental owner against more than 20 parties, including design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors and governmental entities.
- Representation a Fortune 100 owner in the defense of multi-million dollar claim brought by a site work subcontractor in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.
- Representation of a national general contractor in the defense of a multi-million dollar claim by a mechanical subcontractor in connection with the construction of a major pharmaceutical research facility.
- Representation of an owner of a commercial building in a successful mediation of a multi-million dollar claim against multiple parties involving construction and design defects in a parking garage
In addition to expertise in litigating commercial construction disputes, our attorneys are well-versed in state statues and local regulations related to consumer construction matters, including home improvement, new home construction and warranties. We have successfully represented our clients in appeals before the appellate courts in Connecticut, including Hees v. Burke Const., Inc., 290 Conn. 1 (2010), which resolved an issue of first impression concerning Connecticut’s Home Improvement Act, and D'Angelo Development and Const. Co. v. Cordovano, 278 Conn. 237 (2006), which addressed the scope of the New Home Construction Contractors Act