Raymond has more than 25 years of experience as a construction lawyer who represents owners, contractors, and design professionals in all phases of the construction and dispute resolution process. He has litigated numerous significant construction claims, from the owner, contractor, and design professional's perspectives, and has tried cases in state and federal courts and in arbitrations. In addition, Raymond has drafted and negotiated design, construction, and procurement contracts for major national and international construction projects. He serves as co-chair of the Construction Law Group.
Raymond worked as a design professional from 1989-94 and has experience in all aspects of the design and construction process, so clients benefit from his experience as a lawyer as well as a design professional.
Raymond is a frequent speaker and author on construction-related topics. He has presented for groups such as the American Bar Association, the American Institute of Architects, the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, and the Construction SuperConference. Raymond authored chapters on construction contract forms, construction law practice, delays and disruptions, and design professional liability. He is Chambers rated and listed in The Legal 500.
Raymond received his bachelor's degree in architecture, magna cum laude, from Temple University and earned his law degree, cum laude, from Rutgers University School of Law.