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Ernest Grotsky: Primer -- Construction Law

on 01 Dec 2016 21:19 | Viewed 452 times

Construction law is a broad area of law that deals with all issues surrounding building construction, such as contract law, construction claims, liens, bonds, building regulations, environmental issues, liability, and negligence. Construction law affects all areas and subspecialties of construction, including contractors, subcontractors, builders, suppliers, construction workers, architects, surveyors, engineers, land developers, planners, mortgage lenders, and financial institutions. Attorneys who specialize in construction law assist clients with every phase of construction, beginning with contract preparation and review, through bid disputes, safety matters, labor and employment issues, insurance, and surety. Often, construction law professionals advise those in the industry regarding legal and legislative issues that affect the construction industry. Attorneys who specialize in construction law also advise on issues regarding government contracts and state and federal statutes. When needed, attorneys assist with dispute resolution, preventive strategies, pre-litigation negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and actual litigation.Construction law applies to those in the commercial building construction industry, as well as homeowners who hire construction law experts to safeguard an investment in a new home.  A construction industry veteran, Ernest Grotsky has nearly 20 years of experience in general construction, masonry, concrete, and business management. He holds an Associate of Science degree in architectural design technology from Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan; and is currently pursuing a degree in construction management from North Carolina A&T University. He earned a certificate in construction law and labor relations from Pepperdine School of Law in Malibu, California. 


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