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Clients turn to Anthony for his wealth of experience in construction litigation that empowers him to achieve successful results for his clients. He represents clients in a variety of complex litigation matters concerning contractors, engineers, owners, and construction managers. He specializes in construction and design defect cases and has experience in litigation involving both private and public entities.

Hanuman Chalisa, LLC v. BoMar Contr., Inc., 2022-Ohio-1111, 187 N.E.3d 1108 (Ct. App.)

Hanuman Chalisa LLC (owner) contracted BoMar Contracting, Inc. (BoMar) to construct a hotel in Columbus, OH. The contract consisted of the AIA A101-2007 and AIA A201-2007. The owner later terminated BoMar, alleging deficiencies in BoMar’s work. The parties disputed whether the owner terminated the contract “for cause” or “for convenience.”

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