Craig Mangum



Craig is a partner in the firm’s New Orleans office and also works from our Jackson office. After gaining extensive experience at Tennessee’s largest construction law firm, Craig joined the firm in 2016. He has represented every type of entity involved in a construction project, including sureties, owners, design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. This background allows him to expertly handle all aspects of a construction dispute.

Craig primarily focuses his practice on surety and construction litigation, assisting sureties with project takeovers, performance bond defaults, payment bond claims, bad faith claims and indemnity litigation. He also has extensive experience with complex construction litigation, public bid protests, contract drafting and negotiation, administrative claims, lien disputes and he has provided transactional services to various construction related entities.

He is a founder of a New Orleans Mardi Gras krewe and the Chapter Leader for his local Boston College Alumni Association. When not practicing law, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf.