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Locke Reynolds LLP

201 North Illinois Street
Suite 1000
Indianapolis, IN, 46204-4227

Frost Brown Todd

Po Box 44961
201 N. Illinois St. Ste.1900
Indianapolis, IN, 46244-0961



INActive In Good Standing198108/30/2015

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Avvo Contributions
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Award NameGrantorDate Granted
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2008
Indiana Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2008
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2007
Indiana Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2007
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2006
RecognizedBest Lawyers in America2005
Association NamePosition NameDuration
American College of Construction LawyersFellow2006 - Present
American Bar Association, Construction Industry ForumCo-chairN/A
American Bar Association, Construction Litigation CommitteeMemberN/A
Publication NameTitleDate
Aspen Law & BusinessState-by-State Guide to Construction Contracts and Claims (Indiana Chapter)2006
Aspen Law & BusinessA State-by-State Analysis of Current Legal Issues Affecting Architects, Engineers, Contractors, and Owners (Indiana Chapter)2002
Construction LawyerProcedural Barriers in Design-Build Claims2000
Forum on the Construction IndustryBarriers to Effective Dispute Resolution–Litigation Issues2000
Wiley Law PublicationsFifty-State Construction Lien and Bond Law (Indiana Chapter)1992
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Indiana University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1981
Denison UniversityEconomics and EnglishBA - Bachelor of Arts1978
Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
ABA’s Annual Forum on the Construction IndustryLessons Learned: Anticipating and Resolving Project Disputes – If Your Project Is Special, Why Shouldn’t Your Dispute Resolution Clause Be Special?2007
Associated General Contractors of IndianaDesign-Build Public Works Projects2006
Associated General Contractors of IndianaStrategies to Address Catastrophic Price Increases — Lessons Learned from Steel Price Increases in the Construction Industry2005
ICLEF SeminarThe Nuts and Bolts of Warranties2002

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