Gerard W. Ittig, Esquire
Gerry Ittig specializes in construction contract matters throughout
the United States and overseas. He is the author of numerous
articles on contract issues and has written manuals on project
management. Mr. Ittig lectures widely to associations
and trade groups and has been construction counsel to contractor organizations. He has served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association and has tried and arbitrated cases throughout the United States, Canada and overseas.
Prior to entering law, Mr. Ittig was an electrical engineer
with the Studebaker-Worthington Corporation in Buffalo, New
York. In that position, Mr. Ittig was responsible for
engineering applications work and scientific programming computer
support for all Studebaker-Worthington manufacturing facilities
worldwide. Mr. Ittig holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering
from the State University of New York at Buffalo. After
graduate work at the University of Illinois, Mr. Ittig received
a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee, where he was Case and Comments Editor of the law review.
Mr. Ittig is Consulting Editor for "Construction Claims Monthly" and Legal
Columnist and Contributing Editor for "Electrical Contractor," the monthly
magazine of the National Electrical Contractors Association.
Mr. Ittig has an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell and is listed in Super Lawyers in the field of construction litigation.
Judith B. Ittig, Esquire
Judith Ittig is a well-known arbitrator and mediator. Mrs. Ittig is a Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers, a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators, and a Chartered Arbitrator of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London). She is a Certified Mediator by the International Mediation Institute. She is a member of the international panel of arbitrators and mediators for the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR). She serves on the large complex case panel for the national construction and commercial panels of arbitrators and mediators for the American Arbitration Association and she is on the AAA's national Construction Master Arbitrator Roster. She serves on the panel of arbitrators and mediators for the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR).
Mrs. Ittig has arbitrated and mediated hundreds of construction and commercial disputes on private and public sector projects in the United States and internationally. Among the construction projects are power plants, petrochemical plants, co-generation facilities, industrial and commercial facilities, including hotels, offices, high-rise residential, restaurants, churches, libraries, schools, marine facilities, highways, shopping centers, and oil-field services. She has been arbitrator of disputes over missile defense systems, the construction of aircraft, the acquisition of companies, and franchise agreements. She was selected as sole arbitrator for disputes arising from the integration of two hospitals into a major medical/hospital complex.
She has written manuals on contract law and published articles on dispute resolution. As an advocate, Mrs. Ittig has participated in national and international arbitrations, as well as in court actions in many regions of the United States.
Mrs. Ittig is a graduate of the law school of the State University of New York, where she was Associate Editor of the law review, and she holds a Master of Laws (L.L.M.) Degree from the University of Illinois College of Law.
Mrs. Ittig has an AV rating from Martindale Hubbell. She is listed in SuperLawyers and Best Lawyers in America in the fields of construction litigation and arbitration and mediation. Mrs. Ittig is included in the 2012 edition of The International Who's Who of Commercial Mediators.