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What sets Sharek Logan & van Leenen LLP apart from other Edmonton law offices offering construction litigation legal services?

Our understanding that the client's legal and business strategies need to be aligned.  We also place a high priority on keeping our clients (project owner, general contractor, insurer) informed at all times of their legal rights and obligations in matters ranging from construction default and insolvency to bond claims and builders' liens.

Do you understand how the construction industry works?

Yes, we understand the entire life cycle of construction projects, ranging from early stage contracting and procurement to construction, contract closeout, completion and warranty period.

What legal services do you offer?

We can help clients resolve all types of construction disputes by advancing their interests through the Courts, arbitration, adjudication, mediation and other dispute resolution proceedings. 

What clients do you serve?

We have worked with all construction industry participants, including owners, developers, lenders, contractors and equipment suppliers.

Do you have experience handling Builder's Liens?

Yes, we have extensive experience representing contractors and sub contractors on both sides of a Builder Lien claim.  

Yes, I have legal questions about Construction Litigation

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