Nicholas V. Fox

Nicholas V. Fox, an associate in the Commercial Litigation Practice, focuses his practice on the commercial construction industry. In addition to drafting construction contracts, Nicholas works to resolve claims and disputes arising on commercial projects.

Prior to joining Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, Nicholas was a project manager for a construction company where he worked on projects spanning a variety of industries, including health care, the arts, commercial office, high-rise residential and work for the federal government. He has first-hand experience with unionized and right-to-work projects for both public and private owners. Nicholas is knowledgeable in sustainable design, project scheduling, contractor selection, bid disputes, project participation metrics, prompt payment statutes, and prevailing wage requirements. Nicholas has achieved several construction industry certifications, and he also has OSHA experience.

Nicholas is a graduate of The Dickinson School of Law at The Pennsylvania State University, where he earned a Certificate in Advocacy & Dispute Resolution. During law school, Nicholas was an intern for the Honorable John F. Cherry in the Court of Common Pleas in Dauphin County. Nicholas was also a summer associate for Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, where he worked on matters related to contractual indemnity, oil and natural gas, insurance, and construction warranty.