How Our Law Firm Is Different

McAlpine PC is different. Our attorneys know construction law, and we know it well. Headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, we represent clients throughout the country in all types of construction issues.

Why Us?

Our lawyers are committed to providing the highest quality legal representation in the most efficient manner possible. We achieve this by striving to understand the business of our clients, being responsive and timely in dealing with client matters, and paying close attention to detail. This allows us to consistently exceed client expectations.

We have more than 100 years of combined experience handling construction issues. Our law firm specializes in complex legal matters. Our lawyers have several unique qualities that set us apart:

  • We teach the industry construction law courses and seminars.
  • We educate ourselves on new laws and regulations impacting our clients.
  • We follow all major construction court decisions in the U.S.
  • We negotiate contracts and litigate cases on a national level, including negotiating various standard contracts published by The American Institute of Architects (AIA), Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC) and ConsensusDocs.
  • We speak the construction language — we already know the terminology used in the construction industry.
  • We have handled hundreds of arbitrations, mediations, jury and bench trials.

Our clients are confident in our ability to provide creative and aggressive representation because we specialize in complex construction cases. We effectively negotiate, mediate and litigate disputes for our clients.

We have drafted and negotiated contracts for more than 30 years. We know what needs to be included in your construction agreements to protect you and your business. We have the experience to handle whatever legal issue you are facing.

Schedule A Consultation

Trust us to handle your case. Call our firm at 248-373-3700 or contact us online to schedule a consultation. We have the flexibility to take cases on contingency.