Bob Huber, today recognized as one of Minnesota’s leading construction attorneys, has devoted his law practice to construction since 1983. Though his experience extends to all types of construction, Bob’s main focus is on claims for changes, differing site conditions, delays, and defective specifications on paving, earthwork, and underground utility projects. He has asserted and defended against many bid protests on low-bid, design-build, and best value procurements.
Besides representing clients in litigation and arbitration, Bob counsels clients on contracts and issues that arise during construction. He is also an active arbitrator and mediator. He has been appointed to the American Arbitration Association’s National Panel of Construction Arbitrators, Large Complex Case Panel. He is a qualified neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota Rules of Court.
Bob frequently speaks before attorneys and trade groups on all aspects of construction law. He is actively involved with the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, the Minnesota Asphalt Pavement Association and the Minnesota Utility Contractors Association.