Michelle Callner’s practice focuses on Commercial Litigation, Employment and Labor Law, Construction Law, Contracts Law, and Complex Litigation. Ms. Callner’s background provides a unique perspective for her clients. Ms. Callner represents property owners, developers, contractors, sureties, employers, and other individual and corporate clientele in all aspects of litigation, mediation, and arbitration, including drafting construction contracts among and between architects, owners, general contractors, engineers, and suppliers, employment contracts and settlements, and employee manuals. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Callner represented corporate and individual clients, including international pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, multiemployer trust funds, unions, employers, co-op and condominium boards and public and private entities.
Ms. Callner’s candid, proactive approach, persuasive negotiating and extensive knowledge of contracts law, commercial and labor disputes, and employment and labor law enable her to provide her clients with essential tools to avoid unnecessary litigation. Ms. Callner advises individuals as well as public and private entities on construction law, commercial disputes, construction contracts, architect and general contractor agreements, mechanic liens, bonds, labor disputes, prevailing wages, ERISA-covered trust funds and employment and labor matters, including claims arising under Title VII, New York State and City Human Rights Laws, ADA, ADEA, ERISA and the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts. Ms. Callner’s effective litigation strategies and zeal allow her to achieve efficient and favorable results for her clients.
Prior to joining Redmond Law, Ms. Callner earned her Bachelor of Arts in History with honors from the University of Georgia and her Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School where she dedicated her free time to advocating for those in need at various legal services clinics in the Boston area.
- Construction Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Insurance Law
- Employment and Labor
- Discrimination and Retaliation
- ERISA and Prevailing Wages
- Contracts Law
- Boston College Law School, Juris Doctor
- University of Georgia, Bachelor of Arts, Honors History
- State of New York
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
- U.S. District Court, Western District of New York
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York
- American Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section
- New York City Bar Association, Construction Law Section