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Sean Hanlon Named Fellow of Construction Lawyers Society of America

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that attorney Sean Hanlon has been selected as a Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America (CLSA). The CLSA is an invitation-only international honorary association composed of preeminent lawyers specializing in construction law and related fields. Fellowship is limited and selective, with lawyers being invited into Fellowship upon a proven record of excellence and accomplishment in construction law at both the trial and appellate levels.

With over a decade of construction litigation and trial experience, Hanlon is focused on counseling clients through the entire life cycle of commercial construction projects. Understanding the litigation of construction disputes, Hanlon anticipates problems and protects clients’ interests in drafting and negotiating construction and design contracts. Through informed project counseling, he works to resolve disputes before they cause project delays.

The CLSA is dedicated to promoting superior advocacy and ethical standards in construction law and fostering a scholarly and advanced exchange of ideas in all practices related to the specialty. Lawyers in the CLSA may be in any discipline in the construction law arena, including contract specialization, negotiations, litigation, arbitration, appellate and/or surety law, have superior ethical reputations, and are also recognized as having advanced status among their peers.


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