D'Amante Couser Steiner Pellerin



:: Raymond P. D'Amante
:: Bryan L. Pellerin

:: Bruce J. Marshall

:: Steven A. Solomon

:: Richard B. Couser







Bruce J. Marshall
e-mail:  bmarshall@damantelaw.com


Bruce, an Associate of the firm, is also a licensed Professional Civil Engineer in New Hampshire with decades of experience in the construction industry from the perspective of a contractor, an engineer and an attorney.


Bruce has administered the construction of millions in dollars worth of New Hampshire road and bridge construction while employed with the New Hampshire Department of Transportation from 1987 to 1999 as a Contract Administrator. Bruce also has hands on experience in the construction industry with everything from surveying and layout to heavy equipment operation.

Public Sector Practice:

For more than four years Bruce was an Assistant Attorney General with the State of New Hampshire. Bruce was counsel to the New Hampshire Department of Transportation for everything from employment matters to contract drafting and construction litigation. Bruce also handled numerous environmental issues for the NHDOT, often in cooperation with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. Bruce litigated several construction claim cases including, but not limited to, breach of contract, workmanship, warranty, and non-payment issues. Bruce also handled dozens of eminent domain cases while with the New Hampshire Department of Justice.

Private Sector Practice:

For more than five years Bruce has developed a construction law practice, representing dozens of contractors in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and Vermont. Bruce’s practical knowledge of the industry allows him to communicate with clients as one contractor to another or one engineer to another, thus reducing overall litigation costs. Bruce also represents engineering firms as well as developers and owners. Bruce’s construction law practice includes everything from obtaining development approvals to drafting of contracts, overseeing the work, addressing construction issues as they arise, payment issues, bonding, and related litigation.