Dan Douglass has significant experience handling complex construction disputes involving multiple parties and expert consultants. One such dispute centered on a $175 million commercial project involving a 60-story office tower and adjoining retail mall in Philadelphia. He has represented contractors, subcontractors, owners, design professionals and sureties on public and private construction projects throughout the United States.
Construction Law: Contractor Claims, Owner Claims, Claims Against Design Professionals, Lien and Bond Claims
Construction Mechanics and Materialmens Liens
Dispute Resolution for Trial and Non-Trial Lawyers
5th Annual Arbitration Institute
Construction Mechanics' and Materialmen's Liens
Speaker/Chair, Georgia CLE, 1999-2009
2007 AIA Contracts
Georgia Construction Law
Speraker, PESI, November 2003
Georgia case note editor
Office of General Counsel
Kiwanis Club of Atlanta, Member
Initiative for Affordable Housing, Inc., President
Garden Hills Civic Association, Member
Mr. Douglass is a member of the Kiwanis club of Atlanta, president of the Initiative for Affordable Housing Inc. board, and a member of the Garden Hills Civic Association. He has run the Peachtree Road Race every year since 1985.
Martindale-Hubbell® AV-Preeminent® Peer Review Rated
The Best Lawyers in America®, for Construction Law and Construction Litigation (2009-20)
Georgia Super Lawyers® (2007-10, 2012-20)
ATLANTA—Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorneys Dan Douglass and Bill Joseph were recently honored in the 2020 Georgia Super Lawyers magazine.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—The Best Lawyers in America© 2020 has recognized 75 Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorneys as selected by their peers in 49 areas of practice. Forty-three of those attorneys selected have been honored for 10 consecutive years or more.
ATLANTA—Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorneys Dan Douglass and Walker Entwistle were recently honored in the 2019 Georgia Super Lawyers magazine.
When a construction worker is killed or injured on a project, the remedy typically involves workers’ compensation or liability insurance. So, how could it result in a breach of contract claim? The answer lies in the facts of a recent noteworthy Georgia case. Estate of Mack Pitts v. City of Atlanta, et al, 323 Ga. App. 70, 746 S.E.2d 698 (2013).