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To effectively navigate today’s fast-paced, multitrillion-dollar construction industry, clients need a specialized legal team that can structure and implement complicated projects, while avoiding and minimizing risks and disputes. Kilpatrick Townsend’s Construction Blog offers a place where owners, contractors, and government agencies can stay current on construction industry news, trends, and developments in the U.S. and abroad so they may maximize their business interests.

In this blog, our award-winning Construction Team provides relevant and practical information and analysis of legal issues covering an array of construction topics, including infrastructure projects, international arbitration, contractual and transactional guidance, dispute resolution, legislative updates, and much more. With more than 40 attorneys across the country focused on construction and government contracts law, Kilpatrick Townsend brings decades of experience in all types of construction-related legal matters — planning, permitting, financing, environmental compliance, negotiating, contract review and drafting, dispute avoidance and resolution, and litigation — throughout the U.S. and overseas. By making dispute prevention and early conflict resolution the cornerstones of our practice, we routinely help clients stay on time, on budget, while preserving critical business relationships.


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