Edward B. Keidan's practice is concentrated in construction law matters, including design-defect related actions, delay and disruption claims, labor productivity, contract interpretation, drafting of contracts, differing site conditions, surety bond and mechanics lien claims, construction-related personal injury and other construction-related breach of contract matters. Mr. Keidan also has significant commercial litigation experience.
Key Professional Accomplishments
Mr. Keidan has extensive trial, arbitration and mediation experience on behalf of engineers, architects, contractors and subcontractors involving a variety of projects, including electrical power plants, commercial buildings, arenas and casinos. A sampling of Mr. Keidan’s recent engagements include:
Mr. Keidan is a frequent speaker at construction industry seminars. Most recently, he has spoken on the AIA family of construction documents, and Public Contracting Issues.
Professional, Business and Civic Affiliations
Mr. Keidan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan in 1995, Cum Laude. Mr. Keidan received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in 1992 in Political Science and Psychology.