Trevor is an experienced construction lawyer and civil litigator. His construction litigation practice focuses on representing owners, developers and general contractors in disputes involving project delay, cost overruns, breach of contract and the myriad of other issues that can arise during construction including mechanic’s liens, stop notices, construction defects and design deficiencies. Trevor has litigated construction disputes involving luxury hotels, condominiums and apartment projects, roadway infrastructure, mixed-use residential/retail, large industrial buildings, office projects and custom, single family homes. Trevor regularly works with sophisticated consultants including architects, engineers, experienced contractors and other construction professionals to analyze and unwind complicated projects, technical details and facts to advance straightforward and persuasive arguments to achieve success in federal and state courts, arbitration and mediation.
Trevor is also experienced in a wide range of real estate and business disputes, including real property litigation involving easements and title issues, landlord/tenant disputes, CERCLA liability, code compliance, partnership and valuation disputes, breach of fiduciary duty and fraud claims, trademarks and trade secrets.
As the son of a successful architect, Trevor was exposed “blueprints” at a young age. As a construction lawyer, Trevor has continued that family tradition of early exposure to construction documents with his two children who live and play soccer in San Juan Capistrano.