Coming from a family of attorneys, Anthony Sallah knew very early on that practicing law was what he wanted to do. Diligent and approachable, Anthony is able to build bridges between parties facing commercial or construction disputes to find a way to reach the most desired result.
Anthony counsels institutional and individual clients in complex commercial litigation and construction matters in federal and state court, at the trial and appellate level. Anthony also has deep experience before numerous arbitration tribunals, including the American Arbitration Association and the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services (JAMS), and with arbitrations governed by international rules. He focuses on devising creative and unique solutions to help clients succeed, doing so through the most efficient manner possible.
He represents clients in the prosecution and defense of claims involving deficient design, productivity and scheduling, acceleration and compression, and deficient installation of work. He has litigated on behalf of and against owners, contractors, designers, sureties, and engineering professionals in complex construction environments, including oil refineries, large-scale industrial facilities, urban towers, and university projects.
Anthony also has considerable experience defending clients in consumer-related class action litigation, prosecuting and defending false advertising and counterfeit Lanham Act cases, and product liability cases.
Anthony brings a positive energy to his work. He collaborates with a variety of personalities in difficult commercial settings to help his clients achieve their goals, whether it be in the courtroom or via alternative resolution.
Anthony is not regularly admitted to practice law in the local courts of the state of Michigan.
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, American Bar Association Construction Law Forum
Member, Ohio State Bar Association
Member, Cleveland State Bar Association
Former board member, Adoption Network Cleveland
Former member, The William K. Thomas American Inn of Court