Fabyanske Ranked Highest (Band 1) Chambers 2016

Once again, Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson, P.A. has been ranked as a Band 1 Construction Law Firm in Minnesota by the well recognized Chambers professional rating service. Here’s what Chambers has to say about FWHT:

The team is known as a “Construction and real estate boutique noted for its exceptional knowledge and experience of the industry. Particularly recognized for its work on behalf of developers, subcontractors and designers.”

Ranked Lawyers:

Marvin Fabyanske (Senior Statesmen Construction Law)
Kyle Hart (Band 2 Construction Law)
Gregory Spalj (Band 2 Construction Law)
Dean Thomson (Band 1 Construction Law)
Mark Westra (Band 1 Real Estate Law)

Senior statesman Marvin Fabyanske is a luminary in the Minnesota construction Bar, whose wide-ranging practice is highly regarded by his peers.

Kyle Hart is experienced in litigation construction cases and maintains a strong reputation in arbitration and mediation.

Gregory Spalj specializes in construction disputes. “He uses his business acumen to provide us with better advice, and he specializes in construction law so you don’t bring him many scenarios he hasn’t seen,” an appreciative client notes.

Dean Thomson’s construction practice touches on both transactions and litigation, and he has notable expertise in architectural and engineering liability. “He is very knowledgeable, articulate and strategizes well,” reports one impressed commentator.

Mark Westra is a respected transactional lawyer who has notable experience not just in commercial real estate, but in zoning and land use as well. He is particularly sought after for his expertise in matters concerning office, industrial and residential properties.

Nathan Sellers Receives the Excellence in Diversity Award

The Ramsey County Bar Association Diversity Committee has chosen Nathan Sellers as co-recipient of the 2016 Excellence in Diversity Award for his work to increase the diversity of teachers in Minnesota classrooms. The RCBA Diversity Committee presented the award at it’s annual elimination of bias CLE on May, 2016.

More information about the award and Nathan’s involvement can be found on the RCBA’s newsletter here.