David J. Todd


David J. Todd is an associate at Moore & Lee, LLP. His practice focuses on representing contractors, subcontractors, owners, developers, sureties, architects and engineers in private and public construction disputes in state and federal court, arbitration, and mediation. Mr. Todd’s litigation experience includes a wide range of commercial, industrial, public works, and residential construction projects including office buildings, hotels, schools, apartment buildings, power plants, condominiums, convention centers, hospitals, assisted living facilities, mixed-use projects, government facilities and public transportation. Mr. Todd also drafts and negotiates construction and design contracts, advises clients in contract administration, and prepares and evaluates claims arising in public and private construction contract settings.

In addition to construction disputes, Mr. Todd also represents clients in complex government contract disputes and commercial litigation. Similar to his construction practice, he has represented government contractors in disputes in state and federal court, arbitration, mediation, and at contract boards of appeals. Mr. Todd also has experience advising clients in commercial disputes, such as payment disputes, teaming agreements, non-compete clauses, non-solicitation clauses, and landlord-tenant disputes.

Prior to becoming an associate, Mr. Todd previously served as the firm’s senior paralegal in which he gained significant experience in all aspects of e-discovery while managing the firm’s complex and document-intensive construction, government contract, and long-term healthcare cases. While attending law school, Mr. Todd also worked as a full-time law clerk for the firm.


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