Mr. Dunn concentrates his practice in construction law, government and public contracts, creditor’s rights and complex commercial law matters, including real estate, collections and bankruptcy.
Mr. Dunn has over twenty years’ experience in addressing complex legal and factual matters, especially those that arise out of construction disputes and defaults on federal, state (public works) and private construction projects in the United States.
In particular, Mr. Dunn has significant experience in complex construction disputes, including performance, changes, administration, delay, impact, disruption, inefficiency, extra-work, design scope, errors and omissions, differing site conditions, false claims, bid-protests, subcontractor substitutions, and other construction claims.
Mr. Dunn also has numerous successes in complex commercial and bankruptcy / creditor cases, including collections involving fraud, trusts, family limited partnership and other asset-shielding devices, workouts – pre-bankruptcy and post-petition, fraudulent transfers and preferences, indemnity, pre-judgment remedies (writs of attachment, restraining orders, preliminary injunctions) and other collection issues.
Mr. Dunn has successfully represented clients in trial, litigation, arbitration, and mediations, and handles a multitude of complex commercial litigation, construction and bankruptcy matters at any given time.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Dunn was a senior partner at Sedgwick LLP, and in-house counsel for two national bonding companies, where he had management responsibilities for various construction and commercial default matters in the Western United States.
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Dunn was an active participant in his family’s construction business.
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