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Jason Lien Authors Chapter on Litigation Issues for the Design Professional in New ABA Book for Green Building and Construction

October 22, 2014

Jason Lien, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, has co-authored a chapter titled "Litigation Issues for the Design Professional" in Green Building and the Construction Lawyer published by the American Bar Association and its Forum on Construction Law. The chapter Jason authored covers issues specific to the design professional and focuses on a heightened "green" standard of care as well as obligations, breaches, and liability case studies.

Jason Lien is an experienced trial lawyer who practices commercial litigation in a wide range of substantive areas, with a special emphasis on litigation involving the construction, real estate, food, and healthcare industries. He has appeared in federal and state court on behalf of food companies, design-build firms, general contractors, architects, specialty contractors, property management companies, real estate owners, and lenders.

Green Building and the Construction Lawyer: A Practical Guide to Transactional and Litigation Issues is available on the American Bar Association website.


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