The Daily Reporter and Wisconsin Law Journal teamed up to bring you this year’s Construction Law special section, which profiles four legal industry leaders and includes a directory of the state’s construction lawyers.
The section also takes a look at E-Verify, a federal system that could level the employment playing field for construction companies, and includes an article on contractors promising unrealistic warranties – and the legal implications that could result.
Construction firms struggling to ensure the legality of workers on job sites may soon see some assistance at the federal level.
Extended warranties are becoming increasingly popular with construction firms and the customers they’re trying to attract, but legal professionals warn both buyers and builders to avoid falling victim to big promises with little payoff.
David Anderson gets a warm feeling when he drives by projects he’s helped bring to life.
Early on in his career, Chris Dodge was assigned a defining case representing a contractor in a defect dispute.
Family comes first for John Pellmann.
Milwaukee attorney Francisco Javier Vasquez is always looking (and thinking) forward: both on the job and while leading the Construction and Public Contract Law Section of the Wisconsin State Bar.