Peter J. Norman is a trial lawyer with experience in both federal and state courts, and regularly represents clients in design, construction and surety matters, both in the drafting, negotiation, and administration of contracts and in the resolution of disputes in litigation, arbitration and mediation. Mr. Norman represents public and private institutions, corporations and individuals in litigation involving claims of design and/or construction defects and commercial disputes and advises clients on issues that arise regarding ongoing construction projects, and has successfully resolved ADA and HUD disputes for clients through negotiation with federal regulators.
Mr. Norman has drafted, negotiated and administered owner-architect, owner-contractor, owner-construction manager and related forms of agreement on public and private projects, and has an excellent practical knowledge of the various form contracts published by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is fully conversant with the insurance and bonding aspects of construction projects. Mr. Norman has represented owners, contractors, subcontractors and sureties in performance or payment bond issues, and has experience in both claims prosecution and defense.
Villanova University School of Law, J.D., cum laude (1992)
Princeton University, A.B. (1984)
Villanova Law Review
American Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Philadelphia Bar Association