May 19, 2019

John L. Shaw

John represents lenders, owners, general contractors, and engineers, subcontractors, suppliers and manufacturers involving public and private projects (commercial, institutional, industrial) ranging in value from $50,000 to $50,000,000. He also handles disputes relating to change orders, delays, surety bond claims and mechanics’ lien issues. In addition, John represents vendors and users in connection with the procurement of computer hardware and software.

John is a certified mediator and devotes a significant amount of his practice to helping litigants resolve their cases through mediation. He has been on the American Arbitration Association's panel of arbitrators since 1988 and certified as a “Master Arbitrator” by the American Arbitration Association.

John is a guest lecturer at N. C. State University and speaker on construction law topics at seminars sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Association and the Wake Forest Continuing Legal Education Programs.

Articles in the National Law Review database by John L. Shaw