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Our national team of construction contract experts specialize in drafting and negotiating a broad scope of complex contract documents and providing the construction industry with custom-tailored risk management solutions. This, combined with P&A’s depth of talent and diversity of experience, enables us to provide our clients with tremendous value.

LEVI W. BARRETT

Partner

New York, NY

Professionals

Co-Managing Partner

Levi W. Barrett

Co-Managing Partner

Co-Managing Partner

Gregory H. Chertoff

Co-Managing Partner

Co-Chair - Government Contracting & Infrastructure

Nathan A. Cohen

Co-Chair - Government Contracting & Infrastructure

Of Counsel and Co-Chair - Diversity & Inclusion and Executive Committee

Melinda S. Gentile

Of Counsel and Co-Chair - Diversity & Inclusion and Executive Committee

Of Counsel

Special Infrastructure Counsel

Olivier C. Larzul

Special Infrastructure Counsel

Insights

Shared

Update Regarding New York’s New Registration Requirement for Contractors and Subcontractors Performing Public Works and Covered Private Projects

New Certification Requirements for Veteran-Owned Small Business Concerns and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concerns Seeking Public Procurement Contracts

Peckar & Abramson Announces New Executive Committee Members

Peckar & Abramson Announces Promotions to Senior Counsel and Senior Associate Ranks

The Enforceability of “Pay-If-Paid” Provisions Affirmed in New Jersey

12 Peckar & Abramson Attorneys Recognized in Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders: USA Publication

Peckar & Abramson Partner Richard Briansky Named to Boston Magazine’s Top Lawyers List for Construction Law

How Marital Strain & Divorce Impact Workplace Safety & Performance – 4 steps to implement an employee support system

Peckar & Abramson’s Bruce D. Meller and Nathan A. Cohen Receive 2022 Lexology Client Choice Awards in U.S. Construction

What Contractors Need to Know About OSHA Heading Into 2023