Jennifer is an accomplished attorney with comprehensive experience in client representation and litigation. She has built her practice representing owners, construction managers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties and homeowners in matters arising from public and private construction projects.
Carter is a construction practice attorney who has represented construction industry clients including contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and owners. Carter has experience litigating and resolving legal construction matters from routine common disputes to complex, multi-party litigation.
Margaret “Peggy” Underwood is a trial attorney with an active multi-state practice spanning all areas of private and public construction and commercial disputes. A significant portion of her practice includes construction accident defense litigation, OSHA/regulatory matters, and ERISA litigation.
Kate is a litigator focused on construction and commercial litigation matters. She represents contractors, subcontractors, construction managers and owners, in single and multi-party litigation in both federal and state courts. Kate manages a variety of construction disputes including mechanics’ liens, bond claims and payment claims, as well as litigation involving changed conditions and project delays.
Sarah’s practice centers on employment and commercial litigation matters, litigating breach of contract, unfair competition and trade secrets disputes, as well as restrictive covenant matters. Sarah drafts employee handbooks and advises clients on their content and use in the workplace and works closely with senior management and legal and human resources departments.
As a member of our Construction Defect Team, Natalie’s practice focuses on helping homeowners with building envelope and moisture intrusion matters. She works closely with homeowner clients from fact analysis and case development through trial and settlement. In addition to her construction litigation experience, Natalie also has a strong background in real estate transactions and litigation. She understands the nuts and bolts of zoning matters, walking clients through the hurdles of the zoning process, representing clients at community meetings and before hearings before the Zoning Board of Adjustments.
Rachel shares her time between Horn Williamson’s construction and commercial litigation practice areas. She works with many of our Construction Defect clients, assisting with fact development, observing destructive testing, conducting discovery, and drafting notices and pleadings. Rachel also works closely with Peggy Underwood assisting with commercial matters involving lien disputes, change orders, and toxic tort claims.
Dan supports the Horn Williamson construction practice and its clients in all phases of litigation including, discovery, depositions, mediation, arbitration, settlement negotiations and trial. His extensive experience and personal interest in eData ensures our litigation practice has a comprehensive knowledge base and a practical understanding of eDiscovery technology and ESI (electronically stored data).
She’s the key creative engine at Horn Williamson with first-hand experience litigating construction defect cases and commercial disputes. Joining Horn Williamson in a dual capacity enables Elizabeth to combine her professional experience and personal interests, shaping marketing strategy while assisting attorneys and homeowners with client matters.
With nearly ten years’ experience, Rob is a dedicated and skilled, American Bar Association Certified Paralegal. Rob has worked with both plaintiffs and defendants on large, complex, multi-party litigation matters. His ability to view a case from both sides is an asset that benefits all Horn Williamson clients.