It’s likely that partner Thomas Bray is exceedingly modest when he describes his law practice as “whatever comes in the door.”
Hanft Fride, in different iterations and with different names, has been a fixture in Duluth for more than a century.
Jeffrey W. Coleman’s original plan for his career was to design large structures. But what happened starting in 1978 led him to law school.
One of Peter Coyle’s current development project cases is the Parkera project on Highway 55 in Plymouth.
Inflation is up, and the stock market is volatile. There’s a shortage of supplies and builders.
The condemnation business is a constant battle between the landowner’s real damages and the government parsing of words to deny compensation, said eminent domain attorney Leland Frankman.
A career spent as in-house counsel for Ames Construction company means a career in a microcosm of everything that happens in business and law.
Building cannot go on without builders, so Kyle Hart’s clients – contractors – are looking all over the world for would-be employees.
Minnesota’s eviction moratorium came to an end, full stop, on June 1. Reportedly, eviction filings have spiked in recent months to a level 60% greater than pre-COVID.
At Ballard Spahr in Minneapolis, seasoned real estate lawyers James Walston and Laura Krenz, stayed busy through the pandemic.
Kristine Kubes’ law practice combines two passions — construction law and a mediation practice that helps people hear each other.
There is a construction boom in the Duluth area right now, said Daniel Maddy, real estate lawyer at the Fryberger, Buchanan, Smith & Frederick firm that has been a presence in the city since 1893.
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