JAMES W. SAVAGE, ESQ.

Focusing on construction and related areas.
Education: 1960 A.B. Boston College 1961 M. Education, Suffolk University 1966 C.C., Oxford University 1969 J.D., New England School of Law
Experience: Private Practice - Over 35 years as civil trial lawyer specializing in construction and related areas; construction law (80%), primarily representing developers, owners, contractors, subcontractors, specialty contractors and suppliers, etc. in the public and private sectors on commercial, heavy/highway, industrial, institutional and residential projects; litigation of construction issues involving different site conditions, change orders, design defects and surety bond issues, including disputes with federal/state agencies; general practice (20%)

General Counsel, Standard Contracting Company

Faculty, LTI/University of Lowell

Arbitrated over 800 construction claims in public and private sectors ranging from $5,000 to $5 million.

Affiliations: Massachusetts Bar Association
U.S. District Court of Massachusetts
Publications: ADR vs. Litigation: A Mediator's View
Business Aspects in Construction Mediation
What Every Lawyer Should Know About Arbitration: Contributor