The "excellent" Patrick Greene has a long-standing reputation for his work representing contractors on both domestic and international mandates.
Patrick J Greene, Jr, a partner at Peckar & Abramson, heads the firm's government practice group in New York and New Jersey.
In over 30 years of practice, Mr Greene has advised some of the nation's largest construction contractors regarding performance and compliance issues in contracting in the public and private sectors, including federal government contracting. He has prepared, litigated and resolved multiple-complex extra work, delay and impact claims on domestic and international construction projects. Notably, Mr Greene successfully presented the seminal construction lien law case before the New Jersey Supreme Court and tried one of the largest, most complex cases in the history of the US GSBCA.
Mr Greene is a frequent author and lecturer regarding construction litigation and government contracting, presenting several seminars and webinars each year. He recently co-authored Asserting, Proving and Quantifying Subcontract Claims, (Construction Subcontracting: A Comprehensive Practical and Legal Guide, May 2014), edited Construction Accounting - A Guide for Attorneys and Other Professionals (American Bar Association (ABA), 2010) and published Defending a Civil False Claims Act Case: Practical Considerations (ABA, September 2007).
Mr Greene has been recognised as a leading construction lawyer by Best Lawyers in America and New Jersey and New York Super Lawyers. He is the past co-chairman of the construction litigation committee of the litigation section of the ABA and past co-chairman of the NJ State Bar Association construction and public contract law section.
Mr Greene is a graduate of St Peter's College and of the Georgetown University Law Center.