Seth Robbins provides extensive experience in construction law, government contracts, civil litigation and energy projects. His practice focus includes counseling a variety of clients, including owners, engineers, developers, design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and sureties in a wide array of public and private litigation, contract disputes, and construction contracting. Seth has extensive experience in preparing and litigating complex contract claims, involving issues such as: i) delay; ii) differing site conditions; iii) acceleration; iv) changes; v) extra work; and vi) labor inefficiency. He has successfully represented contractor and design professional clients in trials, appeals, arbitrations and mediations before various federal boards of contract appeal, federal courts, state courts and courts of appeal involving design and construction defects, disruptions, equitable adjustment claims, suspensions of work, terminations, mechanic’s liens and, performance and payment bond claims and prevailing wage claims (Davis-Bacon). He has handled major contract disputes and litigations on airports, bridges, highways, schools, office buildings, large scale mixed-use developments, energy performance contracts, power generation, electric transmission lines, pipelines, pumping stations, water and waste water treatment plants, and a myriad of other projects. A significant portion of Seth’s practice involves commercial transactions, negotiating and structuring all aspects of contracts related to infrastructure and other construction projects from the conceptual stage through completion. Seth also assists clients in all facets of the SBA and VA minority participation programs. Programs such as 8A, WOSB, SDVOB, and HUBZone.