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Stagg Wabnik Law Group's Construction Law & Real Estate practice group represents clients in all aspects of construction law and real estate litigation.

Our attorneys handle litigation, arbitration, and mediation of construction disputes, mechanic’s liens, bid protests, design professional liability, and contractor claims in the private and public sectors. In addition, we can draft construction-related contracts and provide counseling during construction and dispute resolution after project closeout. We can assist with your construction-related needs if you are a surety, owner, prime contractor, subcontractor, architect, or vendor.

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Construction Law and Real Estate Litigation

Dealing with Complex Real Estate Issues

For issues relating to real estate litigation, we focus on satisfying the needs of our clients in the most cost-effective manner. Clients rely on Stagg Wabnik Law Group to analyze complex issues affecting their real estate interests and provide them with pragmatic resolutions. In addition, Stagg Wabnik Law Group guides its clients through their legal and regulatory concerns by recommending courses of action to maximize profitability. The firm also represents property owners in landlord/tenant matters, including holdover and non-payment eviction proceedings.

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We Handle Litigation, Arbitration, and Mediation in both Public and Private Matters

The firm is currently representing Suffolk County in connection with a lawsuit relating to the construction and expansion of the Bergen Point Wastewater Treatment Plant.  The County and the construction contractors claim millions of dollars in damages for extensive delays of various projects at the facility.  The firm also represents the County in connection with a lawsuit contending that the County’s amendment of Section A18-3(G) of the County Code is unconstitutional.  That section relates to fees for tax map verifications and the recording of various land-related documents.  The lower court dismissed the action, holding those legislative amendments authorized the County’s fees, and the case is currently on appeal. 

Counsel for the firm was previously appointed Special Construction Litigation Counsel for the Nassau County Aquatic Center and has lectured and written articles on various topics, including mechanic’s liens, architect obligations, legislative updates in the construction industry, and subcontractor payment issues.

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