Kenneth Sorteberg is both a construction attorney and a civil engineer, and he has extensive construction management experience, including his tenure with The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company from 1985-1991. Mr. Sorteberg began his legal career as a law clerk with the Maryland Stadium Authority in 1991 and 1992, during the construction of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Mr. Sorteberg spent the next two years as an associate with the construction law firm of Braude & Margulies, P.C. Mr. Sorteberg is currently a principal with Huddles Jones Sorteberg & Dachille, PC and has been with the firm since its inception in 1995. Mr. Sorteberg concentrates his practice in the areas of construction and government contract law and litigation. A large part of his practice is transactional, involving preparation of contract documents, teaming agreements, etc. He frequently serves as Mediator and as Arbitrator of construction disputes, and he serves on the roster of neutrals for the American Arbitration Association. He also serves by appointment as Mediator for several Circuit Courts of Maryland.
Mr. Sorteberg is also very involved in the construction community. He holds memberships with the Associated Builders & Contractors, the Building Congress & Exchange, and the American Society of Civil Engineers. He conducts construction law and contract seminars, publishes articles in construction industry journals and the American Subcontractors Association for legislative change on behalf of the construction industry