The practice of Roger Vega encompasses a wide array of construction industry matters such as competitive bidding, contract drafting, project management and contract administration, scheduling and delay issues, change orders, cost overruns, mechanics lien, stop notice, and bond rights, risk management, and claims resolution. He has over 10-years of experience in the area of construction law and has acquired an in-depth knowledge regarding all aspects of construction projects and disputes.
Mr. Vega graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Mr. Vega earned his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California. During law school, Mr. Vega served as president of the La Raza de Loyola Association. He has authored a number of articles.. Mr. Vega has spoken on a variety of construction issues including a talk on payment bond, performance bond and license bond issues in the construction industry.
Mr. Vega has handled multi-million dollar disputes on high profile, complex construction projects and achieved favorable settlements and judgments on behalf of his clients. Mr. Vega has represented various public agencies to assist in their construction-related disputes. He has also represented large general contractors, trade contractors, architects and engineers.