Frost Brown Todd LLC
Eric practices construction law and is well-versed in all aspects of construction litigation, project management, project counselling (including contract drafting, negotiation, and formation), and resolution of construction disputes for companies operating across the U.S. and internationally.
With an emphasis on federal government contracting, procurement counselling and disputes, and energy-related construction projects in the renewable energy, nuclear, oil and gas (onshore and offshore), and pipeline industries, Eric also has significant experience in industrial, institutional, heavy highway, and commercial construction matters.
His background includes litigating claims arising from the construction of utility-scale solar facilities; project counselling on wind energy projects; advising on and litigating matters related to the construction of nuclear reactor and nuclear fuel conversion facilities; project counselling and drafting of contract documents for oil and gas exploration and production and mid-stream facilities; negotiating and resolving requests for equitable adjustments and payment claims, including international procurement disputes; and navigating mechanics’ lien law matters in multiple jurisdictions and in unsettled areas of lien law.
Eric counsels contractors, subcontractors, owners, design-builders, and construction managers through all phases of construction projects in both the public and private sectors, and assists in the negotiation of construction contracts. He also assists in the preparation of bid packages, requests for proposals, and documentation during project execution and closeout.
He has represented and currently represents clients in complex construction cases involving project delays, disruptions, and inefficiencies, and is experienced in prosecuting and defending mechanics’ lien, bond, and payment claims.