Mr. Torcicollo, Co-Chair of the firm's Commercial & Criminal Litigation Department, handles all facets of construction disputes, including contract claims and claims relating to change orders, construction defects, scheduling and delay, construction liens, public bidding, and design. He has tried numerous jury and non-jury cases in state and federal courts in the region and has extensive arbitration and mediation experience before the American Arbitration Association and other alternative dispute resolution forums.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Torcicollo worked in the construction industry. He also represents clients in a wide variety of business litigation matters, including minority shareholder and contract disputes.
General Commercial Litigation
Construction Law & Litigation
Mr. Torcicollo’s business litigation practice includes the representation of corporations, commercial real estate developers, and governmental agencies. He deals with a wide range of issues in these matters, including contract disputes, minority shareholder oppression, breach of fiduciary duty, contract disputes, bid protests, and commercial lease issues, among many others.
Mr. Torcicollo’s construction practice typically involves representing owners, developers, contractors and sub-contractors in construction matters, including dispute resolution as well as contract counseling. The components of his practice include:
- Prosecuting and defending construction defects and design claims on behalf of owners, developers, and contractors
- Prosecuting and defending payment claims on behalf of owners, developers, and contractors
- Counseling clients on construction contracting and other development issues
- Litigating all types of construction and business disputes in state and federal courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings