Mr. Doerr has handled complex construction matters for over 17 years, including matters involving liens, foreclosures, construction defects, contractual disputes, quality issues, and other construction matters. His clients include property owners, general contractors, construction managers, architects, and individuals.
In 2006, Mr. Doerr successfully appealed a case to the Michigan Court of Appeals, Matrix Constr. v Malow, 2006 WL 399762 (Mich. App. 2006). In this case, the Michigan Court of Appeals held Barton Malow, as construction manager, did not owe any recognized separate and distinct duty to a subcontractor as a matter of law; and therefore, the Wayne County Circuit Court correctly granted summary disposition to Barton Malow.