Gina Vitiello is the new National Chair of the Construction Law Practice
Chamberlain Hrdlicka is pleased to announce that Gina Vitiello is the new national chair of the Construction Law Section. In this capacity, Vitiello will lead the 15-attorney section to counsel clients during all phases of the construction litigation process to help them accomplish their goals and objectives.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to lead the Construction Law Section,” said, Vitiello. “The construction industry is experiencing a surge in new work, but also some new and unexpected risks. We have an opportunity to help our clients navigate through the risks in the current market and make the most of this period of growth.
“We are excited for Gina to step into this role and grateful for her continued dedication to our clients,” said Larry Campagna, Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s managing shareholder. “Last year, through Gina’s and outgoing section chair Seth Price’s work guiding construction clients through the COVID-19 pandemic, the firm was listed as one of the Top 50 Construction Law Firms in the field by Construction Executive magazine. We look forward to the team’s continued success under her leadership.”
Vitiello focuses her practice on construction contract law and litigation. She represents owners, contractors, designers and suppliers in the construction industry in contract negotiations and dispute resolution. Vitiello’s practice spans across the country and internationally. She specializes in handling complex construction claims involving delay and impact damages, as well as design and construction defect issues. Additionally, Vitiello has served as outside regional construction counsel to one of the largest specialty subcontractors in the country, for which she provided daily counsel on virtually all construction-related issues, from disputed change orders to termination of defaulted subcontractors.
“Gina is an accomplished construction law attorney and well respected within the legal field,” said Seth Price, Chamberlain Hrdlicka shareholder. “She continues to achieve great results for her clients. I am grateful to have been able to work alongside her for more than 20 years and look forward to her further successes as she leads the Construction Law Section.”
Vitiello earned her undergraduate degree from St. Lawrence University and her law degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law.