Press Releases and Clips

John Caravella: A Decade of Construction Representation

January 28, 2021

As a dedicated and experienced Construction Law Attorney, the Law Offices of John Caravella, P.C. helps Homeowners, Contractors, and Design Professionals with their legal needs in construction litigation and arbitration.

The Law Offices of John Caravella, P.C., practices primarily in Construction Litigation, Supplier Disputes, Construction Contract Claims, Construction Defects, Construction Disputes, Labor Laws, House Lifting Cases, Real Estate Services, Construction Arbitration and Construction Contract Advising. Based in Long Island, their firm has three offices in Uniondale, Melville, and Ft Lauderdale, FL.

John Caravella’s Article on Affirmative Action for Contractors

January 13, 2021

In January 2021, The Nassau Lawyer will publish an article written by Mr. Caravella, regarding protected classes and anti-discrimination laws within New York State. Business Owners and Contractors are encouraged to stay informed of these issues and reform efforts. To obtain a copy of this topic article, please visit, or please scroll down below.

New York Real Estate Journal: “Architects Will See Greater Demand In Services As More Construction Projects Get Underway”

November 15-December 5, 2016

John Caravella, a Construction Attorney at The Law Offices of John Caravella, P.C. and a former architect, says a recent report showing a lower demand for architects’ services last month is part of the business cycle and that, in some parts of Long Island, demand has been steady, especially for the construction of high-end and luxury homes.

John Caravella Says Architects Will See Greater Demand In Services As More Construction Projects Get Underway”

September 28, 2016

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently reported that the Architecture Billings Index (ABI) — a leading economic indicator of construction activity — fell to 49.7 last month, compared to the mark of 51.5 in July.

Long Island Business News: “Following Clients South”

October 9-15, 2015

As Long Islanders age, many migrate to Florida, lured by the warm weather and lower cost of living. They may buy second homes and spend large chunks of the year there before retiring to the Sunshine State entirely. Some bring their businesses with them.

John Caravella Receives Long Island Business News Leadership in Law Award  

November 25, 2014

The Leadership in Law Award is dedicated to those individuals whose leadership, both in the legal profession and in the community, has had a positive impact on Long Island. “Many LIers Pay For Home Improvements Only To Learn Costly Lesson Of Buyer Beware”

June 27, 2015

Complaints about home improvement contractors’ shoddy or incomplete work are prevalent across Long Island, but many homeowners may never fully recover the money they paid them, lawyers and advocates

John Caravella To Speak At “Legal Issues For New York Architects” Seminar On December 4:

November 9, 2012

Mr. Caravella will address architects on the importance of complying with the rules and regulations on the practice of architecture as it relates to licensing and renewal requirements; grounds for disciplinary action and recent and anticipated changes to the rules and statutes, and more.

Long Island Business News: “It’s Easier Being Green”

July 20-26, 2012

Commercial building codes are becoming more stringent when it comes to energy efficiency and other green requirements. Which is a blessing in disguise for environmentalists and builders.

The Law Offices of John Caravella, P.C. Expands Practice Into Fort Lauderdale

January 31, 2012

Mr. Caravella chose the Fort Lauderdale location because of his familiarity with the area; he has extensive contacts in the legal community and he received his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University.

Long Island Business News: “Commercial Real Estate Could Be The Next Shoe To Drop”

December 18-24, 2009

While observers see signs of an improving residential real estate market, many said commercial real estate could face an even more challenging 2010, including foreclosure and falling sales prices.