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Firms Add Construction Lawyers As Cities See More Cranes

Law360 (May 10, 2018, 2:52 PM EDT) -- From just about any Manhattan skyscraper, it's possible to see at least a dozen cranes soaring over construction sites across the city. A stronger economy sprouts more cranes, and it also appears to be the driving force for firms that are adding more construction lawyers.

It's not just New York. Lawyers in cities all over the country — St. Louis, San Francisco and Atlanta, to name a few — are seeing increasing numbers of cranes outside their office windows and more new faces inside their firms.

Tower cranes share the skyline with the Willis Tower as new buildings go up in...

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