Armstrong Teasdale represents a wide range of clients involved in the real estate, development and construction industries, including owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, architects, engineers and other design professionals, material suppliers and insurers. Their sizable impact on economic value in our communities can present unique legal challenges.
Our attorneys have broad experience in real estate, economic development and construction and design. Their unique perspective on both the commercial and legal landscape offers clients an advantage in the boardroom and the courtroom, by providing counsel throughout the life cycle of a given project.
We have advised clients on developments and projects across the country, no matter how complex, from theme parks to multicampus, multipurpose office towers, and can assist with related leasing and landlord-tenant matters. With a focus on risk management, we also regularly work with clients in dispute resolution, having tried cases in various state and federal courts, and before the Board of Contract Appeals and the Court of Claims. In addition, our attorneys have arbitrated and mediated before many alternative dispute resolution forums such as the American Arbitration Association. Our lawyers also have extensive experience in the filing, prosecution and defense of mechanic’s lien and bond claims during the course of a project.
Because we have established practice areas across disciplines, our lawyers work collaboratively to counsel clients on a variety of matters, including:
- Disputes and litigation
- Bid documents and contracts
- Mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
- Affordable housing
- Land use
- Mechanic’s liens and bond claims
- Labor relations and employment
- OSHA investigations and inspections
- Environmental claims
- Mass tort and catastrophic loss
- Insurance litigation
- Intellectual property
- Economic development
- Government interactions
- Project finance
- Real estate, leasing and property management
- Taxation and incentives
- International trade