- Provided construction law transactional advice to the foundation building the World Trade Center Memorial and Museum.
- Provided both transactional and dispute resolution services to a world-renowned university and biomedical research institution in its capital construction program at its Manhattan campus.
- Advised a Native American tribal nation in pre-construction, design, and construction procurement for a $300 million expansion of its casino and hotel.
- Provided project delivery and contracting advice for an international accounting firm's headquarters consolidation project into 700,000 square feet of restored midtown Manhattan office space.
- Represented a performing arts center and its multiple constituents in design and construction procurement matters for a $225 million redevelopment project, consisting of several interrelated projects aiming to renovate and expand many of the center's facilities and public spaces.
- Successfully protested the U.S. Army's proposed award of a sole-source contract for helicopter equipment using funds congressionally earmarked for a competitor of a Duane Morris client. Our bid protest argued that it was unlawful to make any award on a sole-source basis because the earmark had not properly authorized a sole-source procurement, and that the Army had failed to follow procurement regulations applicable to proposed sole-source contracts. Within two days of the filing the protest with the Government Accounting Office (GAO), the Army withdrew the procurement, and committed to notify our client and other competitors of any subsequent action to procure the helicopter equipment in question.
- For the development of a new subway line through midtown Manhattan, advised a co-project manager on the full scope of construction-related legal issues. The project involved new subway stations, train storage yards, track work, tunnel ventilation systems, electric substations, state-of-the-art train signals and communications equipment, and life safety systems.