Anthony L. Meagher 合伙人 Co-Chair, Construction firstname.lastname@example.org 电子名片 巴尔的摩（华盛顿山） 电话： _+1_ 410_ 580_ 4214 传真 _+1_ 410_ 580_ 3214 巴尔的摩（市中心 概述 经验 背景 见解与洞察 电邮 打印 PDF版本 + 分享 Anthony Meagher's practice concentrates on the arbitration and litigation of construction claims, the negotiation of construction contracts, and the litigation of other commercial disputes. Anthony regularly represents developers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and manufacturers in construction claims and product defect litigation. He has litigated and arbitrated construction claims throughout the country and internationally. Anthony also has successfully utilized mediation to resolve a number of significant construction disputes, and is a trained mediator who mediates construction and other commercial disputes. Anthony has negotiated design and construction contracts on major industrial and professional sports facilities, schools and other public facilities, and numerous other types of commercial developments. Anthony has extensive experience handling construction claims involving a wide variety of issues on such projects as industrial facilities, office buildings, hotels, retail development, and multifamily housing, as well as extensive experience handling a variety of other real estate-related litigation, including leasing disputes, disputes involving the sale of commercial real property, brokerage commission disputes, property boundary disputes, easements, restrictive covenants, and other similar matters. In 2019, Anthony was selected as a Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers. The College notes, "Fellowship is extended by invitation to those who are found to have mastered the practice or the teaching of construction law and dispute resolution in the complex technical and legal fields pertaining to the built environment, whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, scholarship, professionalism, and collegiality, and who have demonstrated a commitment to give back to the construction industry."