Prince Lobel welcomes Kenneth A. Sherman to the firm. He is a partner and a member of Prince Lobel’s Construction and Business Transaction practice groups. Ken is an experienced construction attorney with significant construction litigation and transactional experience. In this capacity, Ken assists construction project owners, developers, general contractors, construction management firms, subcontractors, and material suppliers with drafting and negotiating all manner of construction agreements and forms and with prosecuting and defending construction disputes.
Ken has over a decade of experience efficiently and effectively litigating construction disputes on behalf of owners, contractors, subcontractors, and design professionals. Ken’s diverse construction litigation practice is focused on securing payment on construction projects on behalf of general contractors and subcontractors, defending contractor performance, prosecuting contractor or design professional non-performance, mechanic’s liens, prompt payment and retainage act claims, contractor termination, and payment and performance surety bond claims and recoveries.
Contract Procurement and Project Delivery
Ken also advises clients during the construction delivery process, assisting with the drafting and review of all forms of design, construction, and consultant agreements. He has experience preparing, negotiating, and amending the standard suite of industry form agreements (e.g., AIA, DBIA, and ConsensusDocs) and preparing other forms of agreement like EPC agreements, Construction Management agreements, Surety Forms, Guaranteed Maximum Price contracts, Purchase Orders, Master Service Agreements, and other ancillary documents used for, by, and with construction project owners and developers, construction management firms, subcontractors, design professionals, and material suppliers.