Josh Quinter is a commercial litigation attorney, with a focus on construction law, and an Associate Managing Principal. Mr. Quinter actively works with his clients in the areas of business planning, contract negotiation and project consulting, risk management and dispute resolution, and litigation. His client service and professionalism have earned him the distinction of being named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, a Lawyer on the Fast Track, and a Rising Star
Mr. Quinter has extensive experience in representing stakeholders at every level of the construction industry. He has represented owners, contractors, and subcontractors on both public and private projects on a multitude of issues, including payment issues, defect and delay claims, and indemnification and insurance issues. Mr. Quinter has successfully obtained verdicts and rulings for his construction clients in cases involving various contract claims, liens, surety bonds, and personal injury claims resulting from construction site accidents. His extensive experience includes litigating complex commercial cases, insurance coverage and bad faith issues, unemployment compensation benefits, and labor and employment law issues. His experience includes mediation, arbitration, and litigation; but he spends extensive time helping clients manage risks and solve problems before they enter litigation.
Mr. Quinter is active in a number of trade and business organizations and he is regularly published in national, regional, and local publications. He presently sits on the Board of the Metal Building Contractors & Erectors Association Mid-Atlantic Chapter and chairs the Legislative Committee for Associated Builders & Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania. A former collegiate and professional soccer player, he formerly served as chairman of the William & Mary Men’s Soccer 12th Man Club. He is also active in various political organizations and previously ran for Congress.
HONORS & AWARDS
- Pennsylvania Super Lawyer 2013, 2015-2018
- Lawyers on the Fast Track, 2007
- Pennsylvania Rising Stars, 2007 – 2012
“I enjoy helping my clients solve problems. As a businessman myself, I appreciate that removing obstacles in an efficient and cost effective manner improves company culture and, ultimately, the bottom line by allowing people to keep their focus on what they do well. A problem solved, whether the solution is legal or not, is always a win.”
— Josh Quinter
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