Robinson+Cole’s Construction Group comprises skilled litigators and transactional lawyers, who make up a capable, accomplished team of lawyers dedicated to the construction industry in the Northeast. The Group handles numerous issues involving construction projects of all sizes and complexity and has participated as team members of high-profile construction projects throughout the country and the world. The Group has also represented parties in courtrooms and before arbitration panels around the country and on landmark cases before the highest courts on issues affecting the entire industry.
According to its website, Construction Executive (CE) is “the magazine for the business of construction.” The publication reaches more than 55,000 commercial, industrial and institutional contractors and construction-related business owners and has won more than 20 editorial awards.
CE developed The Top 50 Construction Law Firms™ ranking by asking hundreds of U.S. construction law firms to complete a survey. The data collected included: 1) 2019 revenues from the firm’s construction practice; 2) the number of attorneys in the firm’s construction practice; 3) the percentage of the firm’s total revenues derived from its construction practice; 4) the number of states in which the firm is licensed to practice; 5) the year in which the construction practice was established; and 6) the number of AEC clients served during fiscal year 2019. The ranking was determined by an algorithm that weighted the aforementioned factors in descending order of importance. Read more about the methodology.
Robinson+Cole, an AmLaw 200 law firm established 175 years ago in Connecticut, has more than 200 lawyers in eleven offices throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Florida and California. We serve regional, national, and international clients, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Robinson+Cole is a service mark of Robinson & Cole LLP. For more information, please visit www.rc.com.
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