Jonathan Freilich practices construction law. Jonathan has significant experience drafting and negotiating design and construction contracts on behalf of project owners, architects, engineers, and other design professionals for projects ranging in size from home remodeling to large commercial and infrastructure projects. His practice focuses on resolving construction-related disputes by finding creative and business-oriented solutions that minimize costs and avoid prolonged litigation. He also advises clients during construction on assessing claims and developing strategies to mitigate project disruption.
Jonathan has managed all aspects of prosecuting and defending mechanics’ lien, construction defect, fraud, delay, acceleration, and payment disputes, whether in mediation, arbitration, or litigation. He has tried cases to verdict and presented winning summary judgment and appellate arguments. Jonathan’s litigation experience informs his approach to drafting and negotiating contracts in a manner that minimizes his clients’ exposure to potential litigation and liability. Previously, he was an associate at a top construction law firm and has experience representing victims of asbestos-related diseases in personal injury litigation.