Stuart B. Rosen is special counsel in the firm’s Construction Services and Real Estate Departments, where he represents and counsels clients involved in all aspects of major public and private construction projects around the country. He focuses his practice on the preparation and negotiation of complex construction contracts, including construction management agreements, license agreements with adjoining property owners, development agreements, agreements between owners and design professionals, including architects, and subcontracts. He also routinely advises clients on issues that arise, including defects, during and after construction.
Stuart has played a prominent role in a variety of matters and cases, including:
Stuart has extensive experience advising clients regarding insurance coverage for their projects, making certain that such projects are properly insured.
Stuart also has advised clients with respect to the filing, enforcement and defense of lien claims in New York and New Jersey. He also has assisted clients in resolving performance and payment bond disputes relating to extra work, project impacts, delays, actual and constructive acceleration, and payments.
Stuart earned his B.A. from Emory University and his J.D. from Boston University School of Law.
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