Jones, Gotcher & Bogan, P.C., recognizes that there are many “specialized” areas of law, which, in reality, require expertise in many related areas of law. Construction law is one such specialized area.
The attorneys at Jones Gotcher have represented project owners, architects, engineers, contractors, buyers and sellers in the area of construction law. This practice has required the firm’s long-reaching expertise into other areas as well; i.e. arbitration, litigation, contracts, escrow accounts, deeds, labor law, liens, licenses, claim analysis and others.
Schools, hospitals, general contractors, public works departments, public institutions, commercial and residential owners have retained the firm to handle litigation involving numerous construction project disputes. Some examples of matters handled include a breach of contract and delay damages suit arising from an owner/architect dispute, between General Electric Co. and Grand River Dam Authority, involving a $500,000,000 coal-fired power plant in Chouteau, Oklahoma; breach of contract and negligent claims before the American Arbitration Association on behalf of Tulsa Community College against contractors and architectural engineers for faulty construction, as well as numerous other commercial projects.
The firm’s attorneys routinely represent clients in arbitration proceedings before the American Arbitration Association.