Joshua Quinter Joins Offit Kurman As the First Principal in the Firm’s Office in the Philadelphia Suburbs
For Immediate Release
Philadelphia, PA | January 16, 2017 As Offit Kurman establishes a new office location in Plymouth Meeting, adjacent to Pennsylvania’s largest interchange in suburban Philadelphia, the firm is pleased to announce its affiliation with Joshua Quinter and Karin Corbett. Mr. Quinter, a prominent regional construction law attorney, and Ms. Corbett bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the firm.
“Karin and I are thrilled to join the Offit Kurman team and build out its suburban Philadelphia office”, Mr. Quinter said. “This is a firm that understands the business of law and has top notch legal talent.
Mr. Quinter focuses his practice on construction law. He provides a wide array of services, including business planning, contract negotiation and project consulting, and risk management and litigation work. Listed in Pennsylvania as Super Lawyer, a “Lawyer on the Fast Track” and a “Rising Star,” he has earned recognition as a go-to attorney for all players in the construction industry involved in private or public projects.
Mr. Quinter has extensive experience handling complex construction cases involving payment issues, defect and delay claims, and indemnification and insurance issues. He has also successfully obtained verdicts and rulings for his construction clients in cases involving various other contract claims, liens, surety bonds, and personal injury claims resulting from construction site accidents. In addition, Mr. Quinter possesses extensive experience litigating administrative issues before OSHA and the Department of Labor, as well as a background in other commercial cases, insurance coverage and bad faith issues, unemployment compensation benefits, and employment law. His experience includes mediation, arbitration, and litigation; but he spends a great deal of time advising his clients on how to avoid expensive and risky litigation.
A member of various trade and business organizations, Mr. Quinter has been published in national, regional, and local publications, and he was the previous managing editor of a well-read construction law blog. He is currently developing a new construction law blog to offer expertise and musings on all things construction, in short order. Mr. Quinter 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 has served as chairman of the William & Mary Men’s Soccer 12th Man Club. He is also active in various political organizations, and has previously campaigned for Congress.
“Our Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware offices provide a full range of litigation representation in federal and state courts, as well as arbitration and mediation in a wide variety of subject matters, and is highly respected by the judiciary in all of those jurisdictions, in addition to Maryland where the firm was founded over 25 years ago”, said Herb Fineburg, one of the firm’s co-managing partner’s for the Philadelphia regional offices.
“Josh is a construction litigator without equal,” said Timothy Lynch, Managing Partner of Offit Kurman. “He is the ideal attorney to help us launch our new office in the Philly suburbs, and all of us at Offit Kurman, from New York to Maryland to Virginia, look forward to working together with him in the years to come.”
Alongside Mr. Quinter, attorney Karin Corbett joins Offit Kurman as a senior associate. A commercial litigator who also focuses on construction law, Ms. Corbett represents construction and real estate clients in disputes involving contract claims, insurance coverage, mechanic’s liens, land use, property management, and more. Ms. Corbett is also a member of the of the Board of Directors of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the MBCEA, as well as the Young Professionals Committee at ABC Eastern Pennsylvania. Additionally, she is an accomplished equestrian herself and has used that experience to cultivate an equine law practice through which she has served the legal needs of Olympians, professional equestrians, horse owners, and equine-related businesses.
To get in touch with Mr. Quinter or Ms. Corbett, and to find information about Offit Kurman’s office in the Philadelphia suburbs, please visit offitkurman.com.
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