Bradley is pleased to announce that we have opened our first office in Texas with the addition of nine construction and energy attorneys. Joining the firm’s Houston office are partners Ian Faria, Jim Collura, Jared Caplan and Jon Paul Hoelscher, and associates Christian Dewhurst, Ryan Kinder, Justin Scott, and Andrew Stubblefield. Each attorney previously practiced at Coats Rose. Nathan Graham also joins the firm’s Houston office as a partner after serving as Chief Corporate Officer at Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.
Our strategic expansion into the Texas market directly aligns with our clients’ needs. The Houston office will help us serve our construction industry clients better and make even greater strides within the energy industry, including in particular, alternative energy markets.
Collectively, the new Houston attorneys represent a wealth of experience and capabilities in construction and surety law, including construction contract drafting and negotiation, administration during construction, and, if need be, litigation, alternative dispute resolution, bond and lien claims. We also regularly advise regarding construction safety and OSHA investigations, environmental and other regulatory matters affecting construction projects, and construction insurance policies. The team also has extensive experience in energy law, with an emphasis on representing oilfield service companies in all facets of business development through dispute resolution and litigation. They serve private and public sector clients in legal matters that stem from construction and development projects of every size and scope.
Bradley’s Houston office marks the firm’s ninth location and our first Southwest location. Read the press release on our website here.