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New York Construction Law Lawyer
OverviewPaul Lucas specializes in construction litigation. He has extensive experience analyzing, preparing, and litigating default and termination claims, delay claims, extra work disputes, and the defense and prosecution of mechanic's lien claims. Paul represents architects, contractors, developers, and owners handling construction matters and commercial litigation. His experience spanning over 21 years enables him to efficiently resolve complex construction claims.
About Paul Lucas
- English (Primary)
- Construction Law
- Construction Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Real Estate
- Huen N.Y., Inc. v. Board of Educ. Clinton Cent. School District, 67 A.D. 3d 1337 (4th Dep't 2009) (NY )
- L.J. Zucca, Inc. v. Allen Bros. Wholesale Distribs. Inc., 434 N.J. Super. 60 (App. Div.), certif. denied, 218 N.J. 273 (2014)
- Brewing v. CH Gowanus LLC, No. 512286/2020, 2021 WL 1549831 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Apr. 20, 2021)
- New York, 2001
- New Jersey, 2000
- Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Huntington, New York, 2000
- Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, 1995
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120 Wall StreetSuite 1803 New York, NY 10005
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