Pierce Atwood construction law partner Christopher C. Whitney will join two construction lawyers in "The Great Debate," a program hosted by Starkweather & Shepley. The panel will debate a wide range of construction-related issues including:
- Getting paid on time
- Bid bond protest
- Subcontractor default insurance
Chris Whitney is one of New England’s leading construction law attorneys, having been involved in most of the cutting-edge legal issues affecting the construction industry. He represents all facets of the industry, including owners, developers, construction managers, sureties, subcontractors and suppliers, and architects and engineers.
Joining Chris in the debate are:
- Joseph Reale, a construction lawyer who focuses his practice on construction litigation, arbitration and related matters, as well as general business litigation and corporate matters.
- David Campbell, partner and co-chair of the construction law practice group in the firm Shechtman Halperin Savage, LLP. David practices primarily in the areas of commercial and business litigation, construction litigation, surety and insurance defense, professional liability, and employment law.
The Great Debate takes place on March 29, 2018 at the Renaissance Boston Patriot Place Hotel in Foxborough, Mass. Attendees can enter to win Patriots-themed raffle prizes. Visit Starkweather & Shepley to register.