Erin N. Tramontano

Of Counsel

Erin N. Tramontano is Of Counsel at Moore & Lee, LLP with over a decade of complex litigation experience, including serving as trial counsel in state court and arbitration.  She practices in all areas of litigation, focusing on complex construction, real estate law, commercial litigation, and long term healthcare.  Ms. Tramontano has significant experience representing large corporations, real estate developers, general contractors, healthcare and long-term care institutions, and insurers.

Ms. Tramontano’s complex construction experience includes claims related to construction defects, design errors and omissions, delay, specific performance, change order disputes, mechanic’s liens, and surety disputes.  Her projects include high-rise, mass residential developments, educational facilities, government buildings, public work projects, and commercial developments.  Ms. Tramontano is also well versed in commercial litigation and real estate development transactions.  This includes trial counsel experience prosecuting and defending claims related to commercial lease agreements, real estate development, and real estate purchase agreements.

Ms. Tramontano’s practice also includes defense of providers in the long-term care industry.  She represents corporate and individual clients related to residential care facilities for the elderly, skilled nursing facilities, and hospice providers.  Ms. Tramontano is familiar with defending clients against claims including elder abuse, wrongful death, violation of patient’s rights, breach of contract, and breach of statutory duties.

Ms. Tramontano is experienced in identifying potential liability issues and assisting clients with managing risk.  This forward-looking perspective helps clients avoid unnecessary future litigation. Ms. Tramontano also effectively mitigates her client’s legal costs and reserves, as she has a record of brokering settlements within client expectations.

In her construction and commercial practice, Ms. Tramontano advises clients with drafting, negotiating, and administrating issues throughout performance of projects.  Should litigation be unavoidable, she aggressively prosecutes and defends against claims while maintaining a professional demeanor with clients, counsel, and the Court.  Clients are often able to maintain positive business relationships, notwithstanding ongoing litigation.


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