Each member of our firm has extensive knowledge and experience in construction and design law in both the private and public contexts, including the planning, design and procurement process; day-to-day contract administration and construction; claims and disputes, collections, and all other aspects of construction. Our practice includes representation of private and public owners, prime contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, bidders, sureties, architects and engineers in all types of legal matters relating to construction.
John Daniel Gragg
Dan’s practice is focused primarily on evaluating and resolving construction disputes, which often involve complex, multi-party cases on both public and private projects. He has litigated claims involving courthouses, wastewater treatment facilities, commercial buildings, hospitals and schools. He is a frequent speaker and lecturer on construction legal issues.
Steven focuses his practice on the representation of general and specialty contractors providing counsel for contract review, bid protests, claims negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation. For over twenty years, he has been involved in a large variety of public and private projects, including schools, hospitals, office buildings, high technology, industrial and commercial.
Tara M. Johnson
Tara’s practice focuses primarily on evaluating and resolving construction related legal matters, with particular emphasis on government contract disputes and collections issues. She has litigated claims involving wastewater treatment plants, dams, highway improvements, commercial buildings, and schools. Tara is a frequent author and speaker on construction related legal topics, and active in local law sections and trade organizations.
Andrew practices in the areas of civil litigation and construction law, and has represented owners, prime contractors, and subcontractors on a broad range of matters, including contract and lien disputes, bond claims and foreclosures, and defect claims. Andrew received an undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Oregon before beginning his law career, and remains attentive to issues of construction, planning, and development from the perspective of the design professional.