Mr. Conner has a dynamic construction law practice and has represented both construction companies and owners in a variety of contested matters, including litigation and industry arbitration.
As a result of Mr. Conner’s proximity to several large government military installations, he has similarly litigated a number of important cases for government contractors, including cases tried under the Miller Act. He also has considerable experience defending debarment proceedings for allegedly defaulting government contractors.
In addition to providing litigation services, Mr. Conner routinely provides guidance on construction contract-related matters, including the drafting of construction contracts and contract change-order procedures. His proven track record and acumen have resulted in Mr. Conner being frequently requested to participate in the administration of ongoing construction projects. He regularly provides advice to both owners and contractors concerning their rights and obligations in ongoing projects.
Because of his history in this area, Mr. Conner is a recognized authority on construction-law matters and is often invited to speak on such matters at industry and legal seminars. He speaks annually at the AIA Contracts seminar in Savannah, and he has been a guest speaker multiple times at the “When Construction Projects Go Bad” seminar presented by Lorman Company. In 2008, he organized and hosted a seminar entitled “Government Contracts” which took place in Savannah, and he has written several published seminar papers addressing a variety of construction law issues.