Roger W. Bradley CLE Attorney

Roger W. Bradley

Member

Melvin & Melvin, PLLC

Mr. Bradley serves as a Mediator for the American Arbitration Association in commercial matters with construction specialty; as a panel member of Mediators for the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York and on the panel of Neutral Evaluators for the New York State Supreme Court Fifth Judicial District. He has been a Member of the AAA National Panel of Arbitration for both commercial and construction cases for approximately 30 years.

He represents owners, lenders, sureties, contractors and subcontractors and suppliers in virtually every aspect of construction litigation including contract drafting, mechanic's liens, bond claims, trust fund issues, as well as defending and prosecuting claims for extra work, delay and disruption, and subsurface conditions. He represents and counsels clients on all aspects of dispute resolution.

He has represented clients in multiple cases involving disputes over one million dollars in state and federal courts in New York and other states.

Mr. Bradley serves as a Mediator for the American Arbitration Association in commercial matters with construction specialty; as a panel member of Mediators for the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York and on the panel of Neutral Evaluators for the New York State Supreme Court Fifth Judicial District. He has been a Member of the AAA National Panel of Arbitration for both commercial and construction cases for approximately 30 years.

He represents owners, lenders, sureties, contractors and subcontractors and suppliers in virtually every aspect of construction litigation including contract drafting, mechanic's liens, bond claims, trust fund issues, as well as defending and prosecuting claims for extra work, delay and disruption, and subsurface conditions. He represents and counsels clients on all aspects of dispute resolution.

He has represented clients in multiple cases involving disputes over one million dollars in state and federal courts in New York and other states.