Donald E. Taylor is a shareholder in the Business, Commercial and Construction Litigation group at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. He is experienced in all areas of litigation, including conducting many bench and jury trials.
Don has handled complex commercial litigation in both State and Federal courts. He is a member of the New Jersey State, Middlesex County, and Federal Bar Associations, and is a member of the Equity Jurisprudence Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association.
In addition to handling shareholder disputes, franchise, breach of contract, leasing , and restrictive covenant cases, a significant portion of Don’s practice involves representing owners, developers and professionals in connection with construction delay and defect litigation. Don has represented a national residential real estate developer in litigating complex condominium and homeowner association transition lawsuits involving issues related to soil subsidence, water infiltration, solar refraction, and a host of other alleged design and construction defects. Don has also represented public entities in connection with plant and system renovations and improvements and resolution of delay claims related thereto.
Also of Interest
- September 26, 2019Developers Beware: Timely Notification of Design And Construction Defect Claims Required by Policies and State Law
- June 20, 2019New Jersey Appellate Division Issues Homeowner-Friendly Decision Expanding Damages A Displaced Homeowner May Recover
- May 16, 2019Jury Awards $41 Million Verdict For Failure To Warn Homeowner Of Dangerous Bicycle Path
- April 9, 2019Allocating Risks Associated With Construction Defect Litigation Through Contractual Indemnification And Additional Insured Requirements