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Leading Rhode Island Construction Law & Litigation Law Firm

Only Area Law Firm Concentrating Exclusively In Rhode Island And Massachusetts Construction Law

The practice of Heald & LeBoeuf, Ltd. is concentrated in the area of construction law including litigation, arbitration, mediation, public bidding and contract law, mechanics’ lien law, surety and bond law.  The firm represents general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, owners, sureties and insurers in claims and disputes involving private and public projects.  Projects range in value from $5,000 to $10 million plus, and have included: private residences, roads, bridges, federal, state and municipal buildings, apartments, condominiums, schools, hospitals, higher education facilities, transportation, retail, warehouses, office buildings, water and sewer treatment facilities.  Disputes involve claims for payment, contract balance, extras, changes, defective work, incomplete work, delay, disruption, differing site conditions, scope issues, termination, suspension and design error.  Our attorneys regularly appear in courthouses throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.  Heald & LeBoeuf, Ltd. is dedicated to the delivery of the highest level of legal services to construction related business concerns, at reasonable cost.

The firm has been given the highest rating by the Martindale-Hubbell®  Law Directory.  Thomas W. Heald has achieved an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, and has been named a Super LawyerThomas W. Heald and Roger N. LeBoeuf recently published the only comprehensive book on Rhode Island Construction Law.

Thomas W. HealdRoger N. LeBoeuf and Joseph P. Carnevale have many years of combined experience handling construction-related business concerns for our clients, including:

Construction law and litigation
Arbitration and mediation
Public bidding and contract law
Mechanics’ lien law
Surety and bond law

 

The H&L Team

 

 

The Rhode Island Supreme Court licenses all lawyers in the general practice of law. The court does not license or certify any lawyer as an expert or specialist in any particular field of practice.