Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP
Mary A. Salamone has dedicated her over-three-decade career exclusively to the area of construction law and has acquired an in-depth knowledge regarding all aspects of both public and private construction projects and disputes. Her practice encompasses a wide array of construction industry matters such as alternative project delivery methods, competitive bidding, contract drafting, project management and contract administration, scheduling and delay issues, change orders, cost overruns, mechanics lien, stop payment notice and bond rights, risk management, and claims resolution. Ms. Salamone has handled multi-million dollar disputes on high profile, complex construction projects and achieved favorable settlements and judgments on behalf of her clients.
Ms. Salamone has been retained by various counties, municipalities and other governmental agencies to assist in their construction-related disputes and in the development of their contract documents. These governmental entities include the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, the Cities of Anaheim, Burbank, Downey, Glendale, Long Beach, Pasadena, and Reno (Nevada), the Counties of Sonoma and San Bernardino, San Bernardino Associated Governments and Santa Barbara County Association of Governments.
She has also represented some of the largest contractors and designers, both in California and nationally, in claims arising from major construction projects, including the John Wayne Airport, Metro Red Line Rail Stations, Hyperion Wastewater Treatment Plant, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Convention Hotel and Residences at LA Live, and State Farm Stadium (formerly known as University of Phoenix Stadium). Her understanding of these disputes from the perspective of both the owner and the contractor uniquely enables her to reach cost-effective and sensible resolutions.
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