Jevon Bindman and Peter Doely Present at the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota 2023 Construction Summit
January 17, 2023
Jevon Bindman and Peter Doely, litigation partners at Maslon, will present a session on Jan. 17 at the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota 2023 Minnesota Construction Summit. During the presentation, titled "Cover Your Assets! Construction Insurance Tips, Tricks, & Traps," Jevon and Peter will discuss how to manage risk and advocate for insurance coverage on construction projects, with a focus on common policies, additional insured and indemnity considerations, tips for drafting insurance requirements in subcontracts, and responding to disputes with insurers.
For more information or to register, go to: ACG-MN Minnesota Construction Summit
Jevon, an experienced trial lawyer, focuses his work on construction, insurance coverage, and appellate litigation as well as general commercial matters. He has significant experience with contract disputes, policyholder insurance coverage claims, and construction defect and mechanic’s lien claims. As part of his trial work, he regularly handles appeals in the Eighth Circuit and Minnesota appellate courts. In 2022, Jevon was named an associate fellow with the Construction Lawyers Society of America. He serves on Minnesota State Bar Association Construction Law Section's legislative committee and is a member of the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committees on the Rules of Evidence and the Rules of Civil Procedure. Jevon also writes and presents often on issues ranging from construction and insurance coverage law to trial evidence.
Peter is a business litigator focused on resolving construction and insurance coverage disputes. He provides practical advice to help his clients navigate all phases of their construction projects, from contract negotiations to asserting or defending claims. He has represented a variety of participants in the construction industry, including owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals, and sureties in matters such as construction and design defect claims, delay and extra work claims, performance and payment bond claims, mechanics liens, and bid protests. Peter serves on the governing council of the Minnesota State Bar Association Construction Law Section and is a member of the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee General Rules of Practice. He also teaches the insurance law clinic at the University of Minnesota Law School.