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Contractor/developer prevails in arbitration following dispute with electrical subcontractor

A high-profile commercial real estate developer was involved in the construction of a $122 million development project, which involved 800,000 square feet of mixed-use space in Tennessee. The contractor on the project filed a $5 million pricing and change order construction dispute against the developer following project completion, in addition to a mechanics' and materialman's lien.

Waller represented the developer through a full-week arbitration in which we successfully defended the client and greatly reduced the amount it had to pay the subcontractor.

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Subcontractor pursues payment dispute

Served as lead counsel to the subcontractor and worked to win a favorable settlement.

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National restaurant chain involved in payment and lien claims

Defended payment and lien claims brought by general contractors for several Southeastern locations of a national restaurant chain.

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HCA negotiates updates Suite of Design and Construction Agreements

Advised HCA Healthcare, Inc. in the update of its suite of design and construction agreements.

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General contractor defends payment claims related to Nashville hotel project

Defended an ENR 250 general contractor in state court and AAA arbitration proceedings against payment claims brought by a glazing subcontractor in connection with a high-end, 450-room hotel project in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The case ended successfully via mediation.

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Healthcare owner defends against payment claims on project

Defended a Fortune 500 healthcare owner against payment claims and construction lien asserted by a project's general contractor after the healthcare owner had delay, defective work and excessive costs claims related to the project. The claims were resolved favorably through mediation and the project was completed.

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Custom homebuilder sues for unauthorized copying and use of blueprints

Represented a custom homebuilder in intellectual property claims against a competing homebuilder related to the unauthorized copying and use of the homebuilder’s registered floorplans and blueprints for its custom home designs. Settled the matter favorably.

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