Nine Bradley Partners Named to 2020 Who's Who Legal: Construction
Bradley is pleased to announce that nine of the firm’s partners have been named by Who’s Who Legal as among the world’s leading construction lawyers. The Bradley attorneys listed in the 2020 edition of Who’s Who Legal: Construction are Jim Archibald, Axel Bolvig, Ian P. Faria, Jon Paul Hoelscher, Douglas L. Patin, J. David Pugh, William R. Purdy, E. Mabry Rogers and Robert J. Symon. In addition, Mr. Rogers is listed in the 2020 edition of Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Construction, which shines a light on the lawyers and experts who are the apogee of the construction world.
“We are extremely proud of our construction attorneys who are consistently recognized as among the top in the world,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters. “Their strength in construction law allows Bradley to succeed on a national and international stage for our clients across the globe.”
WWL: Construction provides in-depth analysis to the world’s elite construction lawyers and experts as well as future leaders in the field. Lawyers are selected for their outstanding experience and expertise in resolving complex multi-jurisdictional construction disputes through litigation, mediation and arbitration while the experts gain recognition for their impressive work on disputes and claims arising from both quantum and delay issues on major projects.
Bradley was named the nation’s “Law Firm of the Year” for Construction Law in the 2020 and 2018 editions of U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms." The award is particularly significant since only one law firm in the United States per legal practice area receives this recognition each year. Attorneys in the firm’s Construction Practice Group counsel clients on projects in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as more than 35 countries across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, the Middle East, the Caribbean, and South America. Many of the firm’s construction attorneys have degrees in engineering, building science or architecture and have previous practical experience working in the construction industry.