Robert J. Miletsky
Mr. Miletsky writes on construction law topics for IRMI.com.
With over 35 years' experience, Mr. Miletsky specializes in construction law, government contracts, and insurance, including prosecuting and defending construction claims and construction insurance issues and drafting, reviewing, and analyzing contracts. He has substantial and extensive experience in all phases of litigation, arbitration, mediation, and alternate dispute resolution.
He is the founder and principal of the Law Office of Robert J Miletsky (established in 1991) with offices in the New York City metropolitan area (White Plains and Merrick, Long Island). He previously practiced construction law and government contracts with Thelen Marrin Johnson & Bridges, a large (400-plus attorneys) national law firm, and Max E. Greenberg Cantor and Reiss, a leading construction law firm in New York City.
Mr. Miletsky has taught courses on construction law for over 30 years at the Pratt Institute (New York) and has been an instructor for courses that provide continuing education credit for architects and attorneys. He has lectured at George Washington University and conducted construction law seminars as well as giving numerous in-house seminars for governmental agencies and private corporations.
Mr. Miletsky is a noted author on all aspects of construction law and served as editor and contributing legal editor to Contractor’s Business Management Report. He is a member of the New York State Bar, the US Claims Court, and numerous other federal courts.
Mr. Miletsky received his undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Baruch College and his law degree from Brooklyn Law School.