How Firms Can Be A One-Stop Shop For Construction Clients

By John Kennedy (March 4, 2019, 8:41 PM EST) -- As more construction industry stakeholders move toward "one-stop shopping" for their legal needs, good communication and cooperation among attorneys, clients and practice groups are key to handling these companies' increasingly diverse palette of concerns.

From start to finish, modern construction projects can raise a litany of issues, including those involving technology, insurance and employment. To keep up, attorneys and law firms need to know how best to serve their construction clients no matter what pops up during or after the work, lawyers said.

"It's a service business, and it's an increasingly competitive service business," said Jonathan Bondy, a member of Chiesa...

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