Harrison Law Group provides construction counseling and legal representation to construction professionals at all levels of the building process, including owners, architects, engineers, sureties, general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors and material suppliers. The unique field of construction law requires practitioners to utilize a collection of legal mediation and advocacy skills. When negotiating complex construction documents or when presenting claims and disputes to judges, juries, mediators and arbitrators, attorneys are required to analyze and apply applicable law to the wide range of technical issues unique to each project. Our experienced attorneys have a strong working knowledge of design and construction which they rely upon when considering our clients' legal interests and the economic realities of specific projects. Our knowledge is the collective product of a large and diverse client base, an extensive range of commercial and residential projects, and our involvement in professional associations and industry trade groups. The lawyers in our practice are widely known and well-respected for their substantive construction law expertise and results-oriented approach to client representation. Our firm also represents construction professionals in connection with their business needs. We have considerable experience in areas of insurance, employment, contracts, real estate, public law, licensing and construction related bankruptcy issues. Beyond traditional lawyer-client relationships, our attorneys actively participate in the contractor and design communities. To assure a constant flow of continuing legal education on the most recent trends in construction law, members of the firm are frequent speakers and authors on construction-related topics and our attorneys participate in numerous seminars on complex project work-out scenarios and dispute avoidance techniques. Our firm newsletter, HLG Constructor Bulletin, is drafted, edited and produced in-house and provides our current and prospective clients with informative and useful articles regarding the latest construction and design law developments.