Hugh Lee is a senior partner/shareholder of Tao Rossini, APC. Mr. Lee’s practice is primarily focused on representing and advising various public agencies such as school districts, community college districts, county offices of education, charter schools, non-profit organizations, cities, and water districts in all aspects of public works construction law. This includes handling construction claims, disputes and litigation, construction contract administration, procurement, bidding and bid disputes, labor issues, and architectural malpractice.
Mr. Lee represents and advises clients in handling large multi-million dollar construction bond programs and projects. Mr. Lee advises clients in drafting all essential construction-related documents, including contracts with architects, construction/project managers, program managers, inspectors, and other consultants, as well as developing and preparing front-end documents and general conditions for various construction delivery methods.
Mr. Lee also represents developers, contractors, and subcontractors on construction matters, including claims, payment disputes, bond claims, and general construction matters for both public and private works projects. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Lee practiced as an architect working for various architectural design firms.
Mr. Lee received his Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida in 1988. He received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1993, and his Juris Doctor from the Southwestern University School of Law in 1997.