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David Suchar Appointed as National Contributing Editor of The Construction Lawyer and Co-Chair of Maslon's Construction & Real Estate Litigation Group

October 26, 2015

Maslon is pleased to announce that David Suchar has been appointed to serve as national contributing editor of The Construction Lawyer. The Construction Lawyer is the flagship publication of the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law, and Maslon attorney James Duffy O'Connor previously served as Chair of The Forum from 2004-2005.

Additionally, David has been appointed to serve as co-chair of Maslon's Construction & Real Estate Litigation Group. In this capacity, David joins Co-Chair James Duffy O'Connor in helping to shape the strategy and direction of the practice area, with particular attention to client service, creativity, responsiveness, and competitive effectiveness.

David is a trial lawyer and partner at Maslon. His construction experience includes defect, payment, lien, and contract litigation as well as all manner of construction-related insurance coverage claims, negotiations, and litigation. David frequently presents on construction and insurance coverage issues including to clients, industry groups, bar associations, and national conferences.

In addition to his work on behalf of contractors, architects, engineers, and owners, David has years of experience with licensing and royalty disputes, restructuring litigation, government investigations (civil and criminal), and various commercial litigation matters. A former federal prosecutor, David has acted as first-chair trial counsel for a variety of bench and jury trials in courts across the country. He has also secured millions of dollars in settlements for commercial clients.


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