International Construction and Infrastructure

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Based on the depth and breadth of knowledge Peckar & Abramson's attorneys bring to the table, we are able to support our clients with their national and international projects around the world. Our attorneys work as a team to deliver powerful and unique legal and business services in local and international construction law matters.

DENIS SERKIN

Chair of the Firm’s International Practice

Professionals

Director - Latin American Practice

Jerry P. Brodsky

Director - Latin American Practice

Co-Managing Partner, New York Office

Gregory H. Chertoff

Co-Managing Partner, New York Office

Special Infrastructure Counsel

Olivier C. Larzul

Special Infrastructure Counsel

Founding Partner

Robert S. Peckar

Founding Partner

Chair - International Practice

Denis Serkin

Chair - International Practice

Chair, Cyber Security & Data Privacy practice

Richard R. Volack

Chair, Cyber Security & Data Privacy practice

Chair, Government Contracting & Infrastructure Practice

Steven Weber

Chair, Government Contracting & Infrastructure Practice

Insights

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Ryan Wozny Joins Peckar & Abramson as Partner in Dallas, Enhancing the Firm’s Litigation Capabilities

Who’s Who Legal Recognizes 19 Peckar & Abramson Attorneys for Leading Construction Practices

Peckar & Abramson Named “Construction Law Firm of the Year” by Chambers USA

The Legal 500 U.S. 2024 Guide Names Peckar & Abramson a Top Tier Firm in Construction Law and Recognizes Nine Attorneys

Chambers USA Names Peckar & Abramson to Band 1 Level in Construction Law; 29 P&A Lawyers Recognized as Leading Attorneys; Six Regions and Government Contracts Practice Recognized

Peckar & Abramson Once Again Recognized Among Construction Executive’s “Top 50 Construction Law Firms™”

Design-Build – All About Alignment

Peckar & Abramson Represents Contractor in Achievement of $48 Million Award and Successful Defense of $135 Million Claim

Retainage: What Contractors Need to Know and Helpful Strategies

Federal Trade Commission Prohibits Non-Competes: What Should Employers Do Now?