Michael R. Bosse Co-Authors Construction Litigation Chapter
Portland and Augusta, ME and Manchester, NH (July 11, 2016) – Bernstein Shur, one of northern New England’s largest law firms, announced that shareholder Michael R. Bosse has co-authored the Damages in Construction Litigation chapter in A Practical Guide to Construction Law and Litigation in New Hampshire.
Published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, A Practical Guide to Construction Law and Litigation in New Hampshire is a premier guide for legal practitioners in the state of New Hampshire. Along with his co-author, Karen A. Schlitzer, an attorney with the New Hampshire Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General, Bosse analyzes the defining elements of a contract, the process of interpreting breach of that contract, and the damages that are available throughout the litigation process.
“This has been a fantastic collaboration and a privilege to serve as a contributor” said Bosse. “This is exactly the sort of resource that is paramount for staying well informed as a contractor.” Click to here to purchase the book.
Bosse is the chair of Bernstein Shur’s Construction Practice Group and a member of the firm’s Litigation Group and Data Security Team. Since joining Bernstein Shur a decade and a half ago, he has had the pleasure of representing the full panoply of participants on construction projects: developers, owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, lenders, and sureties in everything from contract negotiation and administration to construction claims, collection efforts, and litigation. He has deep experience with the prosecution and defense of mechanic’s liens, Prompt Payment Act claims, and cases under Maine’s Home Construction Contracts Act, among other construction statutes. He resides in Scarborough, Maine.
Bernstein Shur’s Construction Law Practice Group is one of the largest in the region and represents all types of construction participants. As a result, the attorneys’ knowledge and expertise encompasses the numerous practicalities of construction projects from all angles, enabling them to deliver cost-effective solutions for clients and often avoid litigation.