Where we work
John E. Osborn P.C. is a 9-lawyer firm founded in 1992. The Firm’s practice concentrates in complex construction, environmental, real estate and commercial litigation and focuses on representing large property owners, construction managers, contractors and design professionals. The owner-clients whom the Firm represents include school districts, charter schools, colleges and universities, hotels, office buildings, apartment complexes, restaurants, nightclubs, healthcare facilities, nursing homes, arenas, museums, industrial properties, airports, auto dealers and commercial and residential developers. A thorough, long-term knowledge of the real estate, construction and environmental industries and design profession—together with comprehensive experience dealing with government entities—is critical to the Firm’s success.
How we do it
To achieve optimum effectiveness for clients, the Firm acts strategically while mastering details and cuts through complexity to reach a prompt and favorable outcome. The Firm provides strategic advice to clients in planning overall capital improvement programs from inception to final project completion and assists clients in selecting design professionals, environmental consultants, lenders and other professionals to carry out construction and environmental projects. The Firm also assists in preparing bid packages and awarding contracts, drafting design and construction agreements, developing integrity programs, and avoiding construction, environmental and real estate disputes by advising clients throughout a project and after project completion.
John E. Osborn P.C. has developed a reputation for troubleshooting distressed or failed construction, renovation and environmental projects. The Firm has consistently been successful in addressing budget, schedule and claim issues and in placing troubled or failed projects back on track. Our Firm offers a significant level of experience and a unique combination of skills, which allows us to develop a dynamic, hands-on, precise, results-oriented approach.