Joseph Rossini primarily represents contractors, subcontractors, school districts, architects, engineers, public entities, and special districts. He has pursued and defended claims arising from defective design documents, professional negligence, delays, disruptions and changed conditions.
Mr. Rossini has represented clients in arbitrations, mediations, at trial, and on appeal. His experience includes areas of bid disputes, claims, mechanic’s liens, stop notices and performance, payment and release bond actions on large public and private construction projects. In addition, Mr. Rossini has advised clients on the bidding, drafting and awarding of construction contract agreements for public works projects, construction management services and other professional services.
Mr. Rossini’s most significant matters include:
- Defense of a school district against a contractor’s claim for $2.5 million that ultimately resulted in the district recovering $1 million on its cross-complaint
- Recovery of nearly $1 million in settlement of a claim by a third-tier contractor concerning the construction of a large hospital
- Successful defenses of bid protests on behalf of a contractor and a school district for projects in excess of $1 million
News & Publications
Alerts & Articles
Mr. Rossini is a contributor to the firm’s publications.
- Recent Court of Appeals Decision Suggests a Stop Notice Served Before a Notice of Completion or Notice of Cessation is Recorded is Premature and thus IneffectualEdLawConnect Blog, 08.20.2014
- Stiffer Penalties for Business and Professions Code section 7068.1 Violations Still Warrant School and Community Colleges To Be Aware of Phantom Responsible Managing Employees and Improper LicensesEdLawConnect Blog, 05.23.2014
- EdLawConnect Blog, 07.13.2012
Community & Professional
- Engineering Contractors Association, Member
- Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member