A Construction Lawyer’s Advice: Be Proactive, Embrace Change

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As chairman of the Construction Law Practice Group at Bernstein Shur in Portland, Michael Bosse leads a team of five lawyers specializing in issues that affect construction companies. Contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, developers and owners are among the group's clients, giving Bosse an A-to-Z perspective of the industry, from project inception and contract negotiation to claims and litigation.

Bosse says his team is the largest single-firm practice group of construction lawyers in New England. Litigation comes with the territory, he says, but being proactive in helping the group's business clients stay out of court has become increasingly important in large part because the construction industry is changing so rapidly.

This MaineBiz article features Bernstein Shur Attorney Mike Bosse.

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