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Construction Law Committee

The MDLA Construction Law Committee provides a forum for members to exchange information and ideas regarding the defense of commercial and residential construction defect matters, including breach of contract, negligence, statutory and common law warranty, Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act, and other claims that typically arise in such litigation. Our meetings are informal, educational, and often entertaining, as we meet at the Local on the third Monday of every other month at 4:00 p.m. At our meetings, we offer presentations in a variety of areas, including legislative updates and recent appellate court decisions, as well as more practical topics such as engineering and architectural presentations by experts. Each January, we team with the MDLA Insurance Law Committee to offer a presentation of interest to members of both committees. Whenever possible, we obtain CLE credits for those attending our meetings.

Committee Co-Chairs:

Corey S. Bronczyk, Co-Chairperson
Arthur Chapman

John Markert, Co-Chairperson
Larson King LLP

Board Liaison:

Steven Sitek
Bassford Remele


Construction Law Committee Distribution List

All members of the Construction Law Committee are included in a committee-specific distribution list.

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