In January 2019, The Nassau Lawyer published an article written by Mr. Caravella, in response to wide range impacts related to contractors throughout New York, regarding the Scaffold Law Reform and current efforts in New York State. Contractors are encouraged to stay informed of these issues and reform efforts. To obtain a copy of this topic article, please visit www.nassaubar.org (Page 7) or visit www.liconstructionlaw.com
John Caravella, Esq. is a construction attorney and formerly practicing project architect, with offices in Uniondale and Melville New York, as well as Ft Lauderdale, Florida. The Law Offices of John Caravella P.C. represents architects, engineers, contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, and project owners in all phases of pre and post construction services.
Mr. Caravella has been awarded the Leadership in Law Award by the Long Island Business News (Nov. ’14), as well as named to its ‘Ones to Watch in Long Island Law’ list (June ’12), invited to speak at industry functions, interviewed by local press outlets, has had legal articles published and is appointed to serve as an arbitrator to the American Arbitration Association Construction Industry Panel of Neutrals. Mr. Caravella is also a member of the Nassau County Bar Association Construction Law Committee, Broward County Bar Association Construction Law Committee, New York State Bar Association and writes for The Construction Law Blog.
Mr. Caravella maintains an “open door” office policy and always provides free, no-obligation telephone consultations. John lives by the mission statement of “To use my construction experience and help those with construction disputes in a quick and cost effective manor brings me joy and satisfaction”. To learn more about John Caravella and Long Island Construction Law, please visit www.LIConstructionLaw.com or email Nicole@liconstructionlaw.com to schedule a consultation. To learn more about The Nassau Lawyer or the Nassau Bar Association, please visit www.nassaubar.org or contact email@example.com
The author, John Caravella Esq., is a construction attorney and formerly practicing project architect at The Law Office of John Caravella, P.C., representing architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, and owners in all phases of contract preparation, litigation, and arbitration across New York and Florida. He also serves as an arbitrator to the American Arbitration Association Construction Industry Panel. Mr. Caravella can be reached by email: John@LIConstructionLaw.com or (631) 608-1346.
This is a general information article and should not be construed as legal advice or a legal opinion. The content above has been edited for conciseness and additional relevant points are omitted for space constraints. Readers are encouraged to seek counsel from a construction lawyer who has experience with Long Island construction law for advice on a particular circumstance.