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Alex “Trey” Robertson, IV has successfully recovered more than $300 Million dollars for his clients in construction defect, insurance bad faith and catastrophic personal injury cases, many of which have been featured in the national news.
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The Harmon Hotel is the focal point of the massive construction defect litigation between CityCenter Holdings, LLC. and Perini Building Company in In Re: CityCenter Construction and Lien Master Litigation, in Clark County District Court, Nevada. The year-long CityCenter trial started this week. Alexander Robertson, IV, senior partner of Robertson & Associates, LLP, in Westlake Village, CA. is lead counsel for the owner, CityCenter Holdings, LLC., which is a joint-venture between MGM Resorts International and Infinity World, a subsidiary of Dubai World.
At Robertson & Associates, we pride ourselves in the fact that we are a boutique law firm that specializes in all aspects of construction, environmental, real estate and business litigation. Unlike many larger firms that view construction or real estate law as "departments", we focus on what we do best, rather than trying to be a "full service" law firm. Our partners have firsthand experience working in the construction industry, making us uniquely qualified to understand the technical, substantive and case management issues facing our clients.
We are very selective in the cases that we accept to ensure we never compromise on client satisfaction and attention to detail that is our hallmark. We specialize in handling large class action and complex, multi-party cases for both consumers and Fortune 500 corporations. Our results speak for themselves. We invite you to view our Verdicts & Settlements and Representative Clients.
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A select few attorneys have first-hand experience in the trades they represent—such as a medical malpractice attorney with an MD—but a construction attorney with hands-on construction experience is unheard of.