Direct line: 212-447-5510
For over two decades, Matthew Quinn has successfully represented prominent clients in the design and construction industries, including national and multi-national corporate, professional and institutional firms, major commercial developers, building owners, architects and engineers. Mr. Quinn skillfully and effectively represents his clients in litigations, arbitrations and other dispute resolution forums with a focus on design- and construction-related claims. He also negotiates and advises clients on agreements relating to design and construction projects, including residential, commercial and public developments.
Mr. Quinn advises and represents clients in connection with legal issues arising during the course of construction projects, including those unique to urban settings. He provides general counseling services, advising clients on business-related matters, insurance issues and employment policies and practices. He counsels and represents clients with respect to business formation and ownership transfer, including drafting and negotiating organizational and purchase agreements. Mr. Quinn has also successfully defended several prominent clients in employment-related matters.
Mr. Quinn received his bachelor’s degree from Colgate University in 1987 and his law degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1990, where he was selected for The Fordham International Law Journal. Mr. Quinn is a former co-chair of the AIA New York State/ACEC New York Practice Advisory Committee on Contracts and is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Real Estate Board of New York and ACEC New York. Mr. Quinn has spoken on numerous construction-related topics, with a particular focus on issues relating to design and construction in urban environments.
State of New York
State of New Jersey
United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
United States District Court, District of New Jersey
“Beware the Temptation to Offer Extra Services,” New York Construction Law Magazine
“Proceed with Caution in Assigning Professional Services Contracts,” New Jersey Law Journal
“Design and Construction Entities and Licensing,” New York Construction Law, published by Aspen Publishers, Inc.
New York University’s Master’s Program in Real Estate, Real Estate Development, Guest Lecturer, Project Delivery Methods
Leadership Mentoring Networking Opportunity for A+D Professionals (“LMNOP”), Demystifying Insurance
Direct line: 212-447-5520
Christopher McCabe’s experience representing clients in the design and construction industries spans nearly twenty years. His clients include major real estate developers, building owners, design professionals, construction managers and owner’s representatives. Mr. McCabe represents clients in negotiations of contracts relating to the development of residential, commercial, university and hospital buildings, hotels, community centers, and other private and public projects. He also advises clients on a broad range of legal issues arising from the development of construction projects. Mr. McCabe represents clients in complex litigations relating to the ownership and development of real estate including construction delay claims, disputes between owners and contractors, design errors and omissions, applications for access to neighboring properties and other construction-related disputes. He also advises clients on business-related matters, insurance issues, and employment policies and practices, and prepares corporate agreements relating to shareholders, partnerships, and employment.
Mr. McCabe’s experience working in his family’s mechanical contracting firm gives him additional insight into legal matters concerning the construction and real estate industries.
Mr. McCabe received his bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University in 1992 and his law degree from New York Law School in 1995. He is the former co-chair of the AIA New York State/ACEC New York Practice Advisory Committee on Consultants and is a member of ACEC New York, the American Bar Association and the Real Estate Board of New York. Mr. McCabe has lectured on a variety of construction-related topics.
State of New York
State of New Jersey
State of Connecticut
United States District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
“Insurance and Surety Bonds Relating to the Design and Construction Industries,” New York Construction Law, published by Aspen Publishers, Inc.
“Reducing Professional Liability Insurance Premiums,” New York Real Estate Journal and the ACEC New York Chapter Newsletter
“Limiting Design Professionals’ Exposure to Errors and Omissions Claims,” New York Real Estate Journal
Recent Speaking Engagements
American Bar Association Construction Superconference