Fabyanske Ranked Highest (Band 1) Chambers 2019

April 26, 2019

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 “Esteemed for its dedicated construction group, which brings deep industry insight to disputes, contract negotiations and planning issues. Represents diverse participants from the public and private sectors, including design professionals, insurers and subcontractors. Frequently acts on large-scale regional and national projects. Numerous attorneys within the team are well known in the sector, having been appointed to leadership roles at a variety of industry bodies.”

Ranked Lawyers:

Dean Thomson (Band 1 Construction Law)
Kyle Hart (Band 1 Construction Law)
Gregory Spalj (Band 2 Construction Law)
Jesse Orman (Band 3 Construction Law)
Mark Becker (Band 3 Construction Law)

Dean Thomson offers a broad construction law practice covering both contentious and non-contentious matters. He is viewed by market observers as “one of the top construction minds in Minnesota” and a “shining star” of the state construction Bar.

Kyle Hart is consider by sources to be a “tremendous lawyer” with “excellent trial skills.” He enjoys a leading reputation in the Minnesota market, handling construction disputes in all of their forms, including litigations, arbitrations and mediations.

Gregory Spalj has vast experience in the construction arena, offering a broad practice that encompasses contract negotiation, dispute resolution and insurance matters.

Jesse Orman continues to consolidate his reputation in the market, handling contract drafting and negotiations, defect disputes and insurance coverage litigation, among other matters. Interviewees label him an “excellent” attorney and consider him a “rising star” of the Twin Cities Bar.

Mark Becker has a “wealth of construction knowledge” and is “one of the brightest and most creative minds in construction law,” reports one observer. He handles both contentious and transactional construction law matters, including litigations, arbitrations, mediations and contract negotiations.

To view the Chamber’s ranking page click here.