For the past thirty-two years, Mr. Paciaroni has concentrated his law practice in the area of commercial litigation with emphasis on engineering and construction law and international commercial transactions. He has extensive experience with construction disputes worldwide with a particular focus on projects in South America and the Middle East. In the construction field, his practice includes representation of owners, engineers, general contractors and specialty subcontractors in matters involving the offshore oil & gas, petrochemical, steel, heavy & highway, pulp and paper, power generation and general building construction industries on matters ranging from $1 million to $6 billion. Mr. Paciaroni’s experience includes both private and public works projects, bonding and insurance claims, mechanic’s liens and Miller Act claims, government contracting and the drafting and negotiation of construction contracts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Richard F. Paciaroni