Recognized since 2024
Litigation - Construction
Brian's practice focuses on the construction and engineering industry, federal government contracts and surety law. Brian represents owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, engineers, design professionals and sureties in all phases of public and private projects from contract inception through alternative dispute resolution and litigation. Brian advises regional, national and international clients on complex legal issues, including contract performance and administration, risk assessment, claim entitlement and liability, design-build issues, joint venturing and teaming agreements, surety bond and insurance issues, critical path scheduling and delays, and quantification of damages.
Brian has broad experience both assisting federal government contractors with submission of certified claims, bid protests and compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulations, as well as in prosecuting, defending and resolving construction disputes in the private sector. Brian’s clients have been involved in the construction of everything from power plants to highways and bridges, to chemical and manufacturing facilities, condominium complexes, banks and retail, airports, tunnels, pipelines, courthouses, embassies and other government buildings, NASA space equipment, and domestic and international military installations including data centers, forward structures, barracks, digital weapons training ranges, tank trails and network infrastructure. Brian has appeared before state and federal courts, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, boards of contract appeals, arbitration panels and construction mediators throughout the United States.
- Lawyer Page: https://www.vlmglaw.com/attorneys/brian-dugdale/
- 1600 Tysons Boulevard, Suite 900
Tysons, VA 22102
- University of Connecticut, JD, graduated 2006
- George Washington University, BS, graduated 2003
- District of Columbia, The District of Columbia Bar
- Virginia, Virginia State Bar
- Construction Law
- Litigation - Construction
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