Daniel Fuchs


500 W. Jefferson Street, Suite 1610
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 244-4944
Fax: (502) 244-4744


Danny Fuchs has broad experience in construction. After graduating with a degree in Civil Engineering, Danny was employed by a general contractor in the Louisville, Kentucky area where he touched nearly all facets of heavy civil construction, including project engineering, project management and estimating. Danny earned his law degree with the intent of continuing his service to the construction industry.

Danny has developed a depth of knowledge covering many different kinds of construction projects, including industrial, highway, commercial, multi-family, healthcare, and utility construction. Danny’s experiences – both in the field and in his practice as a lawyer – provide him the unique ability to address legal issues on a project site with practical considerations of a contractor in mind. From contract negotiation and drafting to resolving disputes in mediation, arbitration or litigation, Danny enjoys providing contractors, subcontractors, design-builders, owners and design professionals thoughtful service and representation.

Professional Experience

  • Negotiated $73 Million design-build contract for the construction of a healthcare facility.
  • Assisted prosecuting and defending delay claims on construction of $180 Million facility.
  • Drafted family of construction contracts for national organization’s use on its facilities nationwide.
  • Positioned specialty subcontractor on over $10 Million of claims due to contractor’s active interference and defenses to default under subcontract .
Construction Contracts/Subcontracts
Construction Claims
Risk Management
Civil Litigation
University of Louisville, J.D., Cum Laude
Vanderbilt University, B.E. Civil Engineering, Cum Laude
Supreme Court of Kentucky
Supreme Court of Indiana
Supreme Court of New Mexico
US District Court, Western and Eastern Districts of Kentucky
US District Court, Southern District of Indiana
  • Kentucky Bar Association, Construction & Public Contract Law Section, Chair
  • American Bar Association
    • Forum on Construction Law
    • Division II Public Contract Law Section
    • Litigation Section
    • Construction Litigation Subsection