Drew focuses his practice in the areas of construction law and related litigation. As a member of the firm's Construction Practice Group, Drew's practice consists of representing construction owners, managers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, materials-and-equipment manufacturers, design professionals, and surety companies among other construction professionals. He assists construction professionals in all aspects of the construction process from contracting through project close-out, including, without limitation: negotiation of construction contracts with the intent to advise of and limit potential claims and liability; and claim documentation and preservation throughout the project. Should a dispute arise, Drew is prepared to resolve the project-specific claims, which typically involve claims and defenses associated with breach of contract, breach of warranty, conversion, unjust enrichment, breach of trust, design, defect, delay, prompt pay, payment and performance surety bonds, indemnification, mechanic's liens and negligence. Drew has also advised clients concerning real estate law, community association law, non-profit corporate law and bankruptcy claims.