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Marten Transport Cerritos, CA
Full-service law firm with 140 attorneys in eight offices is expanding and seeking a Construction Litigation attorney to join the team. Candidate MUST have 5 years of experience handling construction litigation. Please note that candidates coming from a Construction Defect background will not be considered. Candidates with a background in Construction Labor will be given extra consideration. Must ...
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Denver, CO
Lewis Roca Rothgerber’s Denver office is seeking a partner-level Construction attorney with a book of business and with significant experience representing small owners, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, architects, engineers, and constructors of major projects in all facets of the construction industry from contract planning and negotiations to claims avoidance and resoluti...
Beazer Homes USA , Inc. Columbia, MD
GENERAL SUMMARY: In divisions without Escrows: Coordinates closing with buyers, construction, attorneys, sales and mortgagee. In divisions with Escrows: Tracks and manages escrows from ratified contract through close. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •May be responsible for audit all new contracts and setting up individual house files. •May be responsible for communicating contract change...
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