About Us

Mr. Lane resides in McLean, Virginia (just outside Washington, D.C.), the location of Mr. Lane’s ADR practice. His thorough knowledge of the complex

technical and contractual elements of high-value industrial and commercial construction enables him to efficiently evaluate the facts and legal principles at play in a wide variety of disputes. And Mr. Lane has routinely demonstrated his ability to work with litigants and party negotiators to develop solutions to especially troublesome issues.

David G. Lane is a degreed engineer (Purdue University; Tau Beta Pi) and attorney (Georgetown University Law Center) licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the District of Columbia and the States of Texas and Maryland. Since 1974 his professional career has been largely devoted to representing a variety of clients throughout the United States in disputes involving large, complex construction projects. Typical projects have included: power generating units (gas, coal, oil and nuclear) and the associated water and environmental systems, chemical process plants, water treatment facilities, other "heavy" construction projects and sophisticated commercial developments. Mr. Lane regularly serves as a an arbitrator (including tribunal/panel chairman) in local, national and international Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) proceedings involving construction claims and disputes. His expertise in handling construction industry disputes has been recognized by Chambers and Partners - USA who reported that Mr. Lane is reputed to be “as good as there is”, combining “excellent communication skills” with “a comprehensive understanding of the construction industry”, and “has a particular leaning towards dispute resolution.” He is a Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers, and previously served as the Chair of the Construction Division of the Section of Public Contract Law, American Bar Association.

Mr. Lane looks forward to the opportunity to work with you and your company in resolving its construction disputes.