As the construction industry experienced a long run of consolidation and change, Peckar & Abramson, with its industry-leading construction law practice, has handled some of the most complex and extensive construction transactions across North America and around the globe. We handle every aspect of a transaction with experience that is unmatched in the construction industry. This experience is invaluable to our mergers and acquisitions (M&A) work, stemming from our construction-industry-focused practice areas that include contracts, financing, regulatory, compliance, labor and employment law. The teams at Peckar & Abramson have provided expert guidance for billions of dollars in M&A work from due diligence, risk management, contracts and establishing performance requirements to operational issues, adverse claims and entity dissolution.
Our extensive experience with the construction industry, accompanied by the full integration of our construction-focused, niche practice areas, allows for a full suite of services that enables us to handle construction industry mergers and acquisitions from start to finish. We bring a level of service that can only come from a firm that is as focused and entrenched in the construction industry as Peckar & Abramson, providing acquisition due diligence investigations and practical advice with a level of expertise that remains unparalleled. With our construction transactional practice group, which is specifically dedicated to the drafting and review of virtually every type of agreement related to construction projects, we are uniquely poised to determine what is and isn’t “market”.
Our Mergers and Acquisition team provides:
The Mergers and Acquisitions practice is staffed with some of the most seasoned professionals in the construction industry, many of whom have worked on both sides of the table with significant transactions. As the largest construction law firm in the United States, we bring broad and deep experience to every deal and a perspective that is unmatched. Attorneys are hand-picked for each deal to ensure that their relevant experience provides optimal representation for our clients. If you’re considering a merger, acquisition or any change of control transaction, rely on the team at Peckar & Abramson.
We have provided counsel for billions of dollars in M&A transactions, advising clients on all matters from deal structure and financing to contracts and post-deal issues. We have played an integral role in many major successful deals, but successful deals, but sometimes our greatest success is when we advise our clients when to walk away.
New Jersey employers make note: A recently enacted amendment to the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act entitles “essential employees”—including construction and many other types of private sector workers—who contract COVID-19 to the presumption that their illness is work-related. Significantly, this amendment is retroactive to March 9, 2020, the date of the initial pandemic state of […]
This article was written for the ConsensusDocs newsletter and first appeared here. The emergence of COVID-19 has created a new set of challenges in the already complex world of negotiating construction contracts. In the pre-COVID-19 era, general contractors, construction managers and those negotiating on their behalf, needed to balance a variety of fairly well-established legal […]
National construction law firm Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A) is pleased to announce that 11 attorneys have been named to the 2020 Texas Super Lawyers® List. According to the publication, the list is exclusive, recognizing no more than five percent of attorneys in each jurisdiction. The following P&A attorneys from the Houston, Dallas, and Austin […]
Michael C. Zisa, a partner with the national construction law firm Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A), has been selected as a Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America (CLSA). The CLSA describes itself as is an invitation-only international honorary association with membership limited to 1,200 practicing Fellows focusing in construction law and related fields. […]
National construction law firm Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A) is pleased to announce that three firm partners have been selected by the New Jersey Law Journal (NJLJ) among its annual Professional Excellence Awards honorees. Co-Founding Partner Robert (“Bob”) S. Peckar was named a Lifetime Achievement award winner, recognized for the indelible mark he has made […]
Attorneys Adrian L. Bastianelli, III, Paulo Flores, Kevin O’Connor, and Robert S. Peckar have written “Is It Live…Or Is It Virtual?,” an article for the summer edition of Best Lawyers Magazine. They discuss in detail how best to make virtual mediation work and offer some thoughts on whether it’s here to stay. Read the full […]
Attorneys Anne-Solenne Rolland and Freddy X. Muñoz, and Paralegal Katherine Gonzalez have written the article, “Lessons Learned From One of Miami’s First Zoom Bench Trials,” for Daily Business Review/Law.com. They discuss their experience after undertaking one of the first virtual week-long bench trials in Miami-Dade County in June and the valuable lessons they learned in […]
Richard R. Volack, Chair of Peckar & Abramson’s Cyber Security & Data Privacy Practice, has written “Grappling With Viruses on Multiple Fronts: Ongoing Cyber Risk Management in the Age of COVID-19,” an article for Construction Executive. Richard discusses the preventative measures that construction executives should take to keep the company and its computer systems safe […]
Jerry P. Brodsky, Partner and Director of Peckar & Abramson’s Latin American Practice, has written the article, “COVID in the Americas – A Review of Impacts, Responses, Challenges for Construction Sectors,” for Daily Business Review/Law.com. Jerry discusses the similarities and differences between the impacts, responses, and challenges for construction in Latin America and the United […]
Robert S. Peckar and Denis Serkin have written “Dispute Resolution in Construction Projects,” a chapter for the 10th edition of The Law Reviews’ The Projects and Construction Review. Read the chapter here.
In our previous alert, we discussed the Federal Government’s Ban (the “Ban”) on certain Chinese covered telecommunications and video surveillance equipment and services in federal government contracts. The ban prohibits government contractors and subcontractors from supplying to the Federal Government or using in their own internal operations certain telecommunications or video surveillance equipment or services […]
In our previous alert, we discussed the expansion on the Section 889(a)(1)(B) ban on certain Chinese telecommunications equipment and services to contractors and subcontractors who use the equipment and services in their internal operations. Effective August 13, 2020, federal agencies were prohibited from procuring, obtaining, extending, or renewing a contract with a contractor that uses […]
New York, NY – August 20, 2020 – National construction law firm Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A) is pleased to announce that 51 of the firm’s attorneys, based in its New York, New Jersey, California, Florida, Texas and Washington, DC offices, have been selected by their peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers. 41 of these […]
Stefanie A. Salomon, an Associate in Peckar & Abramson’s Miami office, has been unanimously approved as a Board Member of Rebuilding Together Broward County. As a member of the Board, Stefanie will share her vision and collaborate with a dedicated and passionate group of individuals committed to the organization’s mission of bringing volunteers and communities […]
Later this week, the U.S. will take another step in protecting the federal government’s information and systems by restricting prime-contractors and subcontractors from using certain Chinese telecommunications equipment and services. These restrictions not only apply to those who provide the government with the equipment and services, but also apply to the internal systems used by […]
This article was written for the ConsensusDocs newsletter and first appeared here. Design-build continues to grow in popularity as a project delivery vehicle. Yet this popularity brings its own challenges. Design-build alters the traditional division of duties between designers, builders, and owners. Among the most obvious of these alterations is the transfer of the designer’s […]
The potential uses of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the construction industry continue to expand as new technologies enter the market and construction companies realize UAS can perform unique tasks at tremendous cost savings. The full technological capabilities of UAS are, however, limited by law for public safety reasons. UAS share airspace with traditional passenger, […]
The article, “Is the Construction Industry Ready? Hurricane Prep in the Midst of the Pandemic,” written by Melinda (“Mindy”) S. Gentile, Partner and P&A’s Diversity and Inclusion Chair, and Jerry P. Brodsky, Partner and Director of P&A’s Latin American Practice, was published in the Daily Business Review/Law.com and GlobeSt.com on July 22, 2020. Mindy and […]
The article “Representations and Certifications: Implementing Processes to Protect Executives and the Company,” written by Patrick J Greene, Jr., a Senior Partner with Peckar & Abramson, was published in Construction Executive on July 17, 2020. The article discusses policies and procedures that should be included as part of a comprehensive compliance program. As Patrick mentions, the […]
This article first appeared in Third Thursdays with the Construction Super Conference (CSC) on July 15, 2020 here. With the heat of summer raging and the global pandemic spiking in some regions of the U.S., effects on construction law are coming into focus. Third Thursday sat down with Patrick J. Greene, Esq., senior partner, Peckar […]