Mr. Horner practices in the areas of construction law and commercial litigation. Mr. Horner represents a variety of clients including real estate owners, developers, lenders, construction managers, general contractors and subcontractors. Mr. Horner counsels clients on issues arising from all phases of projects – beginning with contract drafting and negotiation, to pre-suit resolution of disputes, to litigation of a variety of disputes involving matters such as mechanic’s liens, delay claims, surety bond claims, change orders, property damage, differing site conditions, utility interference, defaults, terminations and design defects, and more.
Mr. Horner earned his B.A. from Mount Saint Mary’s University where he was recruited for and played NCAA Division 1 baseball. He received his J.D. from Catholic University of America in 2015 where he was a member of the Moot Court team and editor on the Catholic University Law Review. Mr. Horner’s student note “Kicking Employers While They Are Down: Vicarious Liability Under the Anti-Kickback Act” was published in the Winter 2015 edition of Catholic University’s Law Review.