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Peter Doely Elected to Serve as Member of the Minnesota State Bar Association Construction Law Section's Governing Council

July 12, 2021

Peter Doely, an attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, has been elected to serve as a member of the governing council of the Minnesota State Bar Association's Construction Law Section beginning July 1, 2021. The Construction Law Section serves its members and the legal community to improve the practice of construction law in Minnesota, provide opportunities for continuing education in this broad practice area, and liaise with other sections of the MSBA and other groups in the construction arena to address issues of concern to the industry.

To learn more, go to: MSBA – Construction Law Section.

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. He also advises clients on federal and state compliance issues.

Peter also regularly advises insurance policyholders regarding their rights and asserts those rights on their behalf. While his understanding of construction provides him unique insight into insurance issues related to that industry, he also works with a variety of policyholders seeking insurance coverage, whether for their liabilities or for their own losses.


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