Maury E. Lederman Named to 2018 Best Lawyers List

KCL Maury E. Lederman

By: KCL ~ September 11, 2017

Maury E. Lederman, head of Kerstein, Coren & Lichtenstein’s construction law practice, was selected by his peers for inclusion in 2018 edition of The Best Maury Lederman Construction Law Attorney MassachusettsLawyers in America© in the construction law area. This is the fourth year Mr. Lederman has been recognized in both the litigation and non-litigation construction categories.

With more than 35 years of experience in construction law and litigation, Mr. Lederman represents all players in the construction industry. His clients include owners and developers, both private and public, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, designers, and materials manufacturers. Mr. Lederman represents clients in contract preparation and negotiation, problem-solving and preservation of rights during construction, and all types of dispute resolution:  litigation, mediation and arbitration.

Admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, Mr. Lederman regularly appears before the Massachusetts State and Federal Courts and the American Arbitration Association.  He is a trained mediator and a member of the American Arbitration Association’s construction industry mediators’ panel.  He routinely speaks and writes on construction law issues and conducts seminars for clients to assist them in addressing law and business related issues and goals.

Maury E. Lederman can be reached at 781-997-1610 or

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