• James P. Kelly

    Associate

    jkelly@quinnmccabe.com

    Direct line: 646-502-6316

    James Kelly represents property owners, developers, construction firms, and design professionals in both litigation and transactional matters.  Mr. Kelly handles a variety of construction-related litigation matters, including those associated with defect and damage claims, contractor and subcontractor disputes, foreclosure and discharge of mechanic’s liens, and insurance disputes.  Mr. Kelly also drafts and negotiates a variety of contracts and agreements pertinent to the construction industry, including neighbor access agreements and contractors/consultant agreements. 

    Mr. Kelly received his bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, from Fordham University. He obtained his law degree from Fordham University School of Law, where he was a member of the Fordham Environmental Law Review. At Fordham University School of Law, Mr. Kelly received the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award and was selected as a Ruth Whitehead Whaley Scholar.

    Bar Admissions

    State of New York

  • Denise A. Krall

    Associate

    dkrall@quinnmccabe.com
    Direct line: 917-338-1517

    Denise Krall represents developers, property owners, architects, engineers and contractors in both litigation and transactional matters.  On the litigation side, Ms. Krall represents clients in a variety of construction-related matters, including those arising from damage or defect claims, adjacent property access, as well as claims relating to project delays and breaches of contract.  Her transactional practice includes drafting and negotiating neighbor access agreements on behalf of both developers and neighboring property owners.  

    Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Krall practiced business and commercial litigation, where she represented clients in connection with claims for breach of contract, unfair trade practices, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference, and related business disputes. 

    Ms. Krall received her bachelor’s degree from Boston University, and her law degree, magna cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law, where she served as a publication editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review.

    Bar Admissions

    State of New York
    State of Connecticut
    United States District Court, District of Connecticut

  • Christina Loguidice

    Associate

    cloguidice@quinnmccabe.com
    Direct line: 917-338-1482

    Christina Loguidice represents developers, design professionals, and construction firms in both litigation and transactional matters.  Ms. Loguidice
    developed her litigation skills through her clinical intern experience during law school at the New York City Law Department, Special Federal Litigation Division. Ms. Loguidice started working at the firm as a law school intern during the summer of 2018, and continued to intern at the firm throughout her last year of law school. Ms. Loguidice received her bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Binghamton University, where she double majored in Economics and Political Science.  She obtained her law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 2019, where she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Trial Advocacy Division, and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society, and served as an Articles Editor of the Brooklyn Law Review.

    Publications

    Mandatory Reassignment As a Reasonable Accommodation Under The Americans With Disabilities Act Turns “Nondiscrimination into Discrimination”, 84 Brook. L. Rev. 1059 (2019)

    * Awaiting results of July 2019 Uniform Bar Examination

  • David M. Peraino

    Associate

    dperaino@quinnmccabe.com

    Direct line: 212-447-5540

    David Peraino represents developers, property owners, and general contractors in a variety of construction-related litigations and claims.  His practice also focuses on transactional matters, including drafting and negotiating licenses and access agreements in connection with construction projects.

    Mr. Peraino received his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Providence College.  He obtained his law degree, magna cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School, where he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Trial Advocacy Division and served as Associate Managing Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law

    Bar Admissions

    State of New York
    State of Massachusetts
    United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

  • Kevin Scully

    Associate

    kscully@quinnmccabe.com

    Direct line:  212-447-5533

    Kevin Scully received his bachelor’s degree from Loyola University Maryland and his law degree, cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School in 2011.  His note, The Most Dangerous Game: U.S. Opposition to the Cultural Exception, was published in the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, for which he served as Associate Managing Editor.  

    Mr. Scully represents real estate developers, property owners, contractors, material suppliers and design professionals in both litigation and transactional matters.  He represents clients in construction-related litigation relating to claims for construction delay, insurance, indemnification, breach of contract, and access to adjacent properties.   Mr. Scully also drafts and negotiates contracts regarding a wide array of issues relating to the construction of real estate projects all over the New York City area. 

    Prior to joining Quinn McCabe, Mr. Scully served as a law clerk in the Civil Division of New Jersey Superior Court in Newark and as an associate for three years at a boutique commercial litigation firm in Long Island. 

    Bar Admissions

    State of New York
    State of New Jersey
    United States District Court, District of New Jersey

  • Eric A. Thorsen

    Associate

    ethorsen@quinnmccabe.com
    Direct line: 212-447-5580

    Eric Thorsen represents real estate developers, property owners, architects, engineers, and contractors in both litigation and transactional matters. His litigation practice includes representing clients in a variety of construction-related matters, including adjacent property access issues, breach of contract claims, contractor and subcontractor disputes, foreclosure and discharge of mechanic’s liens, and insurance disputes. Mr. Thorsen also drafts and negotiates neighbor access agreements on behalf of both developers and neighboring property owners. Mr. Thorsen received his bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from Manhattan College. He obtained his law degree, cum laude, from New York Law School. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Thorsen represented insurance carriers, property owners, and contractors in connection with New York Labor Law and negligence claims, and also defended New York Workers’ Compensation claims.

    Bar Admissions

    State of New York
    State of New Jersey
    United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York