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City of New York M/WBE Certified
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey MBE Certified
Certified by the NY & NJ Minority Supplier Development Council
Metropolitan Transportation Authority(MTA)DBE Certified
NMSDC Certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council

State of New York MBE Certified
 
 

 

The Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers™

Wilson & Chan, an AV-Rated law firm, earns a high ranking in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers

Martindale-Hubbell ® Peer Review Rating

Henry C. Chan, Esq. is highly rated by members of the Bar and Judiciary in the areas of construction and commercial law, including litigation.

Henry C. Chan, Esq. selected as New York Metro Area Rising Star

About Us

 

 
It’s what separates mediocre attorneys from excellent attorneys. Laws are written in black and white but understood and applied in shades of gray. Laws, after all, must be deciphered, decoded, construed, and interpreted. The law changes constantly. If legal disputes were black and white, if it were clear who was going to win in advance, there would be little reason to pursue the dispute – and little need for lawyers. Every issue, large or small, can be resolved creatively and efficiently – you only get that which you and your attorney can successfully negotiate. Not every lawyer looks for creative solutions to problems because such solutions may short-circuit his or her billable hours.

As a Wilson & Chan client, your interests are always foremost in our mind. We focus on the larger picture in evaluating legal disputes against potential legal fees. We see the big picture by advising clients to implement measures to minimize their risk exposure – before the fact. Unlike other law firms, we strive to ground our advice on your best interests, not our fees. It has been our experience that clients who achieve efficient results at a minimum of expense are clients who will seek us out again. A lawyer who ignores the big picture, who sees only the traditional black and white issues, can never provide as much value as one whose approach is more visionary and grounded in the client’s success.

Somewhere along the line, it seems, too many lawyers forgot that their profession exists to assist their clients, not the other way around. Our focus on our clients’ success guides everything we do.

That’s Vision. That’s Wilson & Chan.

 

Recognized by the New York Law Journal as one of the top minority-owned law firms in New York State.

Henry C. Chan, Esq. selected as the New York Metro Rising Star's List

Henry C. Chan, Esq. selected as a "Top Rated Lawyer in Construction Law"

 

Henry C. Chan, Esq., speaker, “Protecting the Owner and the Project: Insurance and Bonding Issues in Construction,” Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Pace University, Fall 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq. successfully secured a defense jury verdict for a construction contractor involving over $5,000,000 in claims for breach of contract and Labor Laws violations in the New York State Court, Bronx County, Summer 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., speaker, “ Improving the Project Outcome with Accurate and Effective Construction Contracting ,” Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Pace University, Summer 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq. successfully tried and obtained a unanimous jury verdict for a construction contractor involving a high six figure construction payment bond claim against a Fortune 500 surety for labor and materials provided on a construction project in the New York State Supreme Court, Westchester County, Spring 2014.

Wilson & Chan, LLP, “MWBE and DBE Certification 101: Uncovering Hidden Issues Not in the Application Process,” NJIT, Spring 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq. successfully obtained a six figure settlement for a subcontractor against a general contractor on a public improvement project for wrongful termination and labor and materials provided to the project, JAMS, Spring 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq. successfully tried and obtained a bench verdict for a construction general contractor against the project owner for labor and materials provided to a construction project in the New York State Supreme Court, Queens County, Spring 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “Timing is Everything: Extent of Contractor's Mechanic's Lien Fund,” New Jersey Transit and NJIT, Summer 2014.

Henry C. Chan successfully defended and tried to verdict a multimillion-dollar case asserted against a construction subcontractor on breach of contract, labor law, and related claims in the New York State Supreme Court, Bronx County, June 2014.

Henry C. Chan successfully obtained a six-figure jury verdict for damages following a two-week jury trial for a construction contractor in a payment bond claim against the surety in the New  York State Supreme Court, Westchester County, March 2014.

Wilson & Chan, LLP, speakers, "Construction Contracts: the Mystery behind Bonds, Lien Rights, Retainage, and Arbitration Clauses," Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Pace University, Spring/Summer 2014.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “Recent Developments in DBE and MWBE Rules, Regulations, Certification, Recertification, and Its Impact on Your Company,” New Jersey Transit and NJIT, Winter 2013.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., speaker, “Construction Contract Myths: Lien Remedies v. Contractual Arbitration, and Other Myths," Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Pace University, Fall 2013.

Wilson & Chan, LLP, speakers, "Construction Contract Litigation: Change Order Claims and Disputes," Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Pace University, Spring/Summer 2013.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “Liens, Perfecting & Enforcing,” New Jersey Transit and NJIT, Winter 2012.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “Getting Paid for Construction Work: Know Your Contract," Construction Management Program, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Fall 2012.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “ Fundamentals of Construction Contracts and Leveraging All Your Tools in Getting Paid ," York College Small Business Development Center, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Pace University, Summer 2012.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “ Creative Strategies for Project Completion and MWBE / DBE Compliance Issues for City, State, and Federal Contracts,” New Jersey Transit and NJIT, Summer 2012.

Wilson & Chan, Presenter, “Construction Law from Start to Finish: Contracts, Insurance, Bonds, Liens, Payments, and Legal Remedies,” Construction Management Program, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Spring 2012.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, "Where Do I Sign? How These Four Words Can Sink Your Business -- Contracts From Start to Finish," New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc., March 2012.

Wilson & Chan, Presenter, “Construction from Start to Finish: Contracts, Insurance, Bonds, Liens, Payments, and Legal Remedies,” Construction Law Seminar, New Jersey Transit, May 2011.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “Navigating Lien and Bond Laws for Public Improvement Construction,” Construction Management Program, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, March 2011.

Wilson & Chan, Presenter, “ The Nuts & Bolts of Construction Contracts – Revising Killer Contract Language,” Construction Management Program, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Fall 2010.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “ Teaming & Joint Venture Agreements Are Like Marriages – Know Your Partner, ” New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc., August 2010.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “The Art of Getting Paid – Public Improvement vs. Private Construction, Liens, Payment Bond Claims, and Litigation,” Construction Law Seminar, Regional Alliance for Small Contractors, March 2010.

Wilson & Chan, Presenter, “ Roadmap to a Successful Termination for Default and Termination Convenience,” Construction Law Seminar, New Jersey Transit, May 2010.

Wilson & Chan, Presenter, “ MWBE & DBE Rules, Regulations, Compliance, and Appeals, ” Construction Law Seminar, New Jersey Transit, October 2009.

Henry C. Chan, Esq., Speaker, “The Nuts & Bolts of Mechanic's Liens and Public Improvement Liens – Other Legal Remedies,” Construction Management Program, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, October 2009.

 
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