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Peckar & Abramson Announces Promotions to Firm’s Partnership, Senior Counsel and Associate Ranks

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January 17, 2019

Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A) is pleased to announce that Stefan Chin and Nathan Cohen have been elevated to the firm’s partnership. P&A has also announced the elevation of three attorneys to the position of Senior Counsel: Levi Barrett (New York, NY), Ian Schlanger (River Edge, NJ), and Chris Sweeney (Washington, DC), and the promotion […]

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Stephen H. Reisman and Adam P. Handfinger Co-Author Article on Florida’s State of Repose in the Daily Business Review

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January 14, 2019

Stephen H. Reisman, Vice Chairman of Peckar & Abramson and Adam P. Handfinger, Co-Managing Partner of the firm’s Miami office, co-authored a bylined article entitled “Decision Further Erodes Florida’s Statute of Repose for Latent Construction Defects” that published in the Daily Business Review on January 9, 2019. Mr. Reisman and Mr. Handfinger described how recent […]

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Richard R. Volack was quoted as a source in law360 article

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December 17, 2018

Richard R. Volack, Partner in the firm’s New York office and Chair of the firm’s Information Technology Committee, was quoted as an expert source in a Law360 story ‘What Construction Attys Must Know On Information Modeling’ which published November 16, 2018. Mr. Volack commented on cybersecurity procedures that general contractors should follow to mitigate risk […]

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Alexandra E. Busch Authors Article in AGC Law in Brief Newsletter

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December 17, 2018

Alexandra E. Busch, Associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office, authored an article in the November/December 2018 edition of the AGC Law in Brief Newsletter entitled “Contractors Beware: Completing Work Directed Only by a Contracting Officer’s Rep is at Your Own Risk”. The article explains the difference between apparent and actual authority and whether the […]

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Michael S. Zicherman Quoted as Source in Law360 Article

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November 19, 2018

Michael S. Zicherman, partner in the firm’s New Jersey office, was quoted as a source in Law360’s pre-election story about transportation ballots to watch for in the 2018 mid-term elections. Mr. Zicherman commented on gas tax increases, bond issuances and so-called lockbox measures ensuring that transportation and infrastructure funds be exclusively for their intended purpose. […]

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