American College of Construction Lawyers, Fellow Construction Lawyers Society of America, Fellow Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent Rated Listed in Chambers USA, Construction, 2022 Listed in The Best Lawyers in America® Construction Law, 2017-2023 Litigation–Construction, 2009-2023 Arbitration, 2023 "Lawyer of the Year," Birmingham, Construction, 2021 "Lawyer of the Year," Birmingham, Litigation – Construction, 2014 Listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers, Construction Litigation, 2016-2021 Listed in Birmingham Business Journal, "Best of the Bar," 2020 Listed in Alabama Super Lawyers, Construction Litigation, 2012-2015 Listed in Birmingham Magazine, "Top Attorneys," Construction, 2016 Listed in Who’s Who Legal, Construction, 2019-2021 Listed in B-Metro, "Top Lawyers," 2019-2020 Caddell vs. Conner Brothers Four day arbitration in Atlanta between joint venture partners who built a barracks for the Corps of Engineers in Georgia; obtained favorable result for majority partner. Insulations, Inc. v. Steel City Three day arbitration in Birmingham between a general contractor and a mechanical subcontractor arising out of a power plant project in Alabama; obtained favorable result for the general contractor. Marisol Ciavacco d/b/a Delis Drywall v. Stonegate HG, LLC One day bench trial in Circuit Court for Jefferson County, Alabama; obtained defense verdict for hotel developer against mechanics lien claim filed by drywall subcontractor. Crowe Construction v. Jeffrey M. Brown, 264 F.Supp.2d 217 (E.D. Pa. 2003) Federal Court bench trial in Philadelphia; set aside unfavorable arbitration award against general contractor by proving evident partiality by two arbitrators. Kvaerner Pulping v. Air Flow Technologies Two week jury trial in Charlotte, North Carolina; obtained favorable verdict for boiler tube manufacturer against deceptive trade practices, fraud and breach of contract claims by boiler tube distributer. Arnold Construction v. Hanover Ridge Week long arbitration in Columbia, South Carolina between low income housing developer/bank and general contractor involving extra work and delays claims by the general contractor; obtained favorable result for the developer/bank. In re McShane, 2006 WL 4667136 (Bktcy. D. Md. July 27, 2006) Week long bench trial in federal bankruptcy court in Baltimore, Maryland, involving delay and inefficiency claims by a mechanical subcontractor against a general contractor, arising out of a peak shaving power plant project in Chesapeake, Virginia; obtained verdict in favor of mechanical subcontractor. USF&G v. Truswal Week long jury trial in the Circuit Court for Jefferson County, Alabama, involving construction defects at an apartment complex in Alabama; obtained defense verdict for a truss plate manufacturer who was allegedly responsible for trusses that failed. Capstone Development v. Universal Constructors Three week long arbitration, Eleventh Circuit Appeal, and bench trial involving delay and extra work claims between a developer and a general contractor, arising out of a multi-family project in Urbana, Illinois; obtained substantial verdict in favor of developer against general contractor and its surety. WPPSS vs. PDM Two week long jury trial in federal court, in Spokane, Washington involving almost $100 million in alleged cost overruns incurred to retrofit a nuclear power plant containment vessel in Hanford, Washington; obtained defense verdict for the general contractor. In re Caddell Construction, B-298949, 2007 C.P.D. 24 (Comp. Gen. Jan. 10, 2007); B-298949.2, 2007 CPD 119 (Comp. Gen. June 15, 2007) Filed successful bid protest with Government Accountability Office, alleging that contractor awarded U.S. Embassy in Djibouti was not a “United States person” eligible to construct an embassy under the Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1986, 22 U.S.C. § 4852 (2000). In re Caddell Construction, B-401596; B-401597; B-401598, 2009 CPD --- (Comp. Gen. Sept. 21, 2009) Filed successful bid protest with Government Accountability Office, alleging that contractor who was prequalified to submit bids for U.S. Embassy Projects in Bujumbura, Dakar, and Monterrey was not a “United States person” eligible to construct an embassy under the Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1986, 22 U.S.C. § 4852 (2000). Harold Construction v. Wallace State Community College Arbitration before Alabama Building Commission between public owner and contractor arising out of project to construct a gymnasium; obtained favorable result for contractor. Sparks Construction v. University of Alabama at Birmingham Arbitration before Alabama Building Commission between public owner and contractor arising out of project to construct an academic building; obtained favorable result for contractor.