Chase Halsey devotes his practice primarily to litigating disputes concerning construction projects. He represents a variety of construction owners, developers, construction managers, general contractors, trade contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Chase is experienced in drafting and negotiating contracts and in asserting and defending against construction claims.
Chase’s experience includes claims and disputes involving contract changes, construction defects, design errors and omissions, differing site conditions, payment disputes, schedule delay and acceleration, and contract terminations. He advises clients on contract formation, warranties, mechanics liens, surety bonds, indemnity, and contractor licensing. His wide range of trial experience includes actions in state and federal courts, arbitration, and hearings arising out of the Arizona Registrar of Contractors.
Represented homeowner in week-long trial against national homebuilder.
Defended subcontractors and general contractors against claims of construction defects.
Represented flooring supplier against homeowner claim for defective work.
Represented bidder in seven-figure bid protest on ADOT project.
Defended custom-home builder from homeowner allegations of non-disclosure and construction defects.
Assisted subcontractor with equitable adjustment claim on large U.S. Air Force base project.
Represented general contractor in appeal before the Federal Board of Contract Appeals.
Drafted construction contracts for commercial developer.
Representing contractors before the Arizona Registrar of Contractors.