No law firm, regardless of its size, has a monopoly on top-notch attorneys. "Bigger" does not mean "better", especially when the Client's case or matter does not require an army of attorneys. The prudent Client understands that the attorney-Client relationship ultimately boils down to people. It is the individual, not the entity, who gives unconditional loyalty to the Client; who provides personal accountability to the Client; and who brings passion to the Client's cause.


Construction Law

The Firm's attorneys have represented owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, architects, engineers, and insurance companies in a wide variety of construction-related commercial, residential, and public-project matters. For the first three years of his legal career, Pete Wellborn's practice focused almost exclusively on construction litigation and government contracts. Prior to attending law school, Wellborn worked in the construction industry, gaining invaluable experience in and knowledge of a wide array of construction law issues. Wellborn has maintained a substantial case load of construction law matters in the years since, has lectured at a number of construction law seminars and events, and has authored a number of construction law-related manuals, chapters, and treatises, including a comprehensive guide to construction contracting in the Middle East. The Firm's construction law experience includes lawsuits and all forms of alternative dispute resolution, including arbitrations, mediations, and negotiated resolutions.

Construction law cases come with a vocabulary, a cast of characters, and a universe of typical issues that are unique. A Client should no more entrust a construction case to an attorney who lacks construction law experience than he would entrust treatment for a heart condition to his podiatrist. In construction law cases, experience is key. Construction law Atlanta experts.