Arthur Woodward – Auburn Estate Planning Attorney

Arthur Woodward |

Reynolds Tilbury Woodward LLP

(530) 885.8500

(530) 885-8113

11601 Blocker Drive
Suite 105
Auburn, CA 95603

Monday – Friday:
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

Arthur Woodward | Reynolds Tilbury Woodward LLP


Firm Summary

Arthur G. Woodward has represented a wide array of construction industry clients for more than two decades. Mr. Woodward also has extensive experience representing clients in complex business litigation matters, real property matters, and commercial real estate loan restructuring and workouts.

Art is a strong advocate for his clients, understanding the kinds of issues affecting them, and he brings a high degree of professionalism. Art held the position of co-chair of the litigation department of Sacramento’s largest law firm, Downey Brand LLP, and served as the practice group leader for the firm’s construction litigation group multiple times. He is an early neutral evaluator for the United States District Court for the Eastern District, a member of the American Arbitration Association Arbitrator Roster, and a member of the Arbitrator Panel for the California Office of Administrative Hearings Public Works Arbitration Program. Art holds an AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

Art represents contractors, owners, and suppliers throughout California on complex public works and private construction projects. His practice covers all aspects of construction, from the initial concept to project completion. Art is well versed in the nuances of construction contracts and public works bidding. He works with his clients to minimize the impact of disputes during construction and to posture the claims properly for post-completion disputes. In the event their project results in disputed claims, clients look to Art to bring his depth of understanding of construction law to outline a strategy for a winning claim or a successful defense. Art is equally at home in mediations, arbitrations and litigation in state and federal courts.