Mr. Lozowicki has over thirty-five years’ experience in construction law and litigation, renewable energy cases, and complex commercial litigation. He has tried numerous cases before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Additionally, Mr. Lozowicki has acted as an arbitrator and advocate in a large variety of domestic and international arbitration cases, including construction claims, energy claims, and real estate and commercial disputes.
In the construction industry, Mr. Lozowicki represents contractors on diverse private and government projects involving claims for delay, disruption, acceleration, extra work, changed conditions, construction defects, mechanic’s lien and bond claims, bid protests, and other matters. He also defends contractors in False Claims Act, liquidated damages, and construction defect lawsuits.
For institutional owners and real estate developers, Mr. Lozowicki defends claims for breach of contract, mechanics lien, bond and stop notice rights, and counsels clients on insurance, bonding and contract drafting matters. He also represents owners in real estate contract and lease litigation.
In the energy industry, he represents renewable energy developers and renewable owner-users in litigation of power purchase, fuel supply and other contract disputes, and regulatory proceedings before the California Public Utilities Commission.
In commercial litigation, Mr. Lozowicki represents technology and aerospace companies in a variety of commercial and international contract disputes involving such issues as unfair competition, business fraud, Uniform Commercial Code, letters of credit, trade secret and real estate issues.
Mr. Lozowicki’s project experience includes highways, bridges and undersea tunnels; nuclear, geothermal, hydroelectric, fossil and cogeneration power plants; oil pipeline and power transmission lines; prisons, hospitals, schools and other institutional structures; refineries, chemical and industrial plants; high-rise office, apartment and condominium projects; military bases, ship-building and missile projects. In his early career Mr. Lozowicki was corporate counsel to an international construction/building products company where he gained hands-on experience in the construction and energy industries.
J. D., University of Santa Clara School of Law
B. A., St. Joseph’s University