Geoff Osborn focuses his practice on complex litigation, including matters involving products liability, construction defects, general construction matters, class actions, environmental claims and electronic discovery. His practice includes representing manufacturers of construction materials on a national basis. As part of his electronic discovery practice, Geoff consults with clients on electronic data issues, including document management policies, legal holds, employee training, clawback agreements and cost control.
Before attending law school, Geoff worked extensively in the construction industry as a contractor in the industrial flooring and coatings industry and as a sales representative for a distributor in the architectural and decorative concrete industry.
Greenville Business Magazine – 2013 Best & Brightest Under 35
ABA Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal, Research Editor
AIA Construction Documents – Lorman Seminar, August 2014
“Reverse Auction Bidding”
South Carolina Bar Construction Law Section News & Notes, Summer 2005
“When is a Building Product Not Integrated into a Building for Purposes of the Economic Loss Rule?”
South Carolina Bar Construction Law Section News & Notes, Winter 2011
Archstone v. Tocci Bldg. Corp. of N.J., Inc., Eldorado Stone, LLC et al. (2012 NY Slip Op 09015)
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