McManus & Felsen LLP is a boutique law firm focusing on construction and government contracting. We work with clients at all project stages, from contract drafting, to project performance and delivery, to dispute resolution and litigation. Our clients are domestic and foreign and include owners, developers, contractors, suppliers, service providers, subcontractors, governments, architects, and engineers. McManus & Felsen’s experience spans a wide range of project classes and types, including commercial, residential, federal, environmental, airports, roads, hotels and resorts, prisons, hospitals, research facilities, and power and utility projects.
Joe McManus has been chosen to be recognized in the 24th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for his work in the practice areas of construction law and construction litigation. He has been recognized by BestLawyers since 2003.
We are pleased to announce that Jim Carney has become a Partner of McManus & Felsen LLP.
Daniel Felsen and Jim Carney of McManus & Felsen LLP will be presenting a webinar on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 titled "Identification and Notification of Construction Claims — Keys to Success." This webinar is included in the 12-part series Construction Claims & Change Order Management, hosted by WPL Publishing Co., Inc., publisher of ConstructionPro Network.
Chambers & Partners 2017 writes:
Joseph McManus manages the practice of McManus & Felsen LLP. He attracts praise from clients for “good business instincts as well as legal skills” and is described as “a strategic thinker.” He has broad experience advising clients on government contracts and is frequently seen acting on national and international litigation and arbitration matters.
Engineering News-Record, the national publication of record for engineering and construction news, recently published a feature article on our firm's “teaming agreement” victory in federal court in Atlanta. On June 1, 2017, United States District Judge Mark Cohen ruled that “teaming agreements” are enforceable contracts in Georgia, denying a motion to dismiss a teaming agreement complaint we filed on behalf of clients Crystal Steel Fabricators, Inc. and Memco. Inc. Judge Cohen ruled that our clients could proceed with their claim that AMEC Foster Wheeler Programs, Inc., had breached its teaming agreement with them in connection with a steel fabrication and erection contract for a missile site in Poland. Our clients claim $2.5 million in damages.
Link to ENR article: http://www.enr.com/articles/42240-when-is-a-teaming-agreement-binding?v=preview
Under the Bahamas Arbitration Act, the Supreme Court of the Bahamas has ordered a resort developer and its contractor to proceed to arbitration and further ordered that Joe McManus be the sole arbitrator in the matter. The resort is in Freeport which will be the locale of the arbitration. Joe is a member of the Charted Institute of Arbitrators (London) and is an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association (Large Complex Construction Case and Commercial Panels).
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