Federal Miller Act
Construction on federal projects often involves claims against the general contractor’s payment bond required under the Federal Miller Act. Litigation under the Miller Act requires litigation in federal court, which in turn brings with it a unique set of rules and procedures. Our lawyers are experienced in federal court matters and have been admitted to practice in many of the federal courts throughout the Northwest and beyond to litigate complex construction matters involving extra work claims, delay and impact claims, claims for defective design, and contract default issues involving Federal Miller Act matters. A lawyer skilled in both construction law and the practice and procedure of federal courts is a must to successfully guide you and your company to an efficient resolution of your dispute.
Our construction law attorneys serve contractors with projects in many western states, including Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, New Mexico and California. Our construction law attorneys provide experienced and aggressive advocacy in the filing, prosecution and defense of Miller Act Claims throughout the region.
See our Representative Work page for examples of our representative cases in construction law.
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