Chad is a partner with Koeller Nebeker Carlson Haluck, LLP and is licensed to practice before all Courts in the States of Florida, Texas, California and Nevada. He is a member of the firm’s construction, business litigation, and environmental practice groups.
He specializes in construction law, including all areas of public and private contracting, bidding and protest issues, mechanics’ liens, public and private stop notices, licensing and surety disputes. For more than 20 years, Chad has represented owners, developers and general contractors in connection with a wide variety of commercial, public works and private projects. He has been an advocate for KNCH clients throughout the country in connection with major construction claims, including claims of construction and product defects, delay, acceleration, default and bond surety issues.
Chad often counsels his clients on the effective management and evaluation of the wide array of documents generated and exchanged during the course of construction of a complex project. This includes assisting clients in the presentation of claims, including those arising from denied change order requests and/or claims for extra-contractual work. As insurance and bonds often play a vital role in construction disputes, Chad has considerable experience handling insurance coverage claims, including errors and omissions, builder’s risk, environmental contamination, and general liability.
In addition, Chad has counseled clients concerning a wide variety of environmental laws, including hazardous and toxic substance contamination (e.g. CERCLA and Superfund) and claims of bodily injury and property damages caused by exposure to contaminants.
Chad has significant trial experience, having prepared for and conducted numerous trials and arbitrations. He is also highly experienced in Alternative Dispute Resolution efforts, such as mediations, settlement conferences, and non-binding arbitrations.
When away from work, Chad enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife and four children.