Prince Lobel Strengthens Foundation of Construction Practice Group

Firm News · February 1, 2011

To further its strategic plan to establish itself as the premier midsized law firm in Boston, Prince Lobel Tye LLP today announced that  it has expanded its Construction Practice Group 
by adding Hugh J. Gorman, III as partner and practice group chair.

Attorneys in Prince Lobel’s construction group represent owners, developers, sureties, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and are focused and dedicated on advising clients with respect to all legal issues impacting the construction industry. Firm attorneys work in both vertical and horizontal construction and are well versed in green building and sustainability issues working closely work with clients throughout the life of a project, from pre-bid, to contract, to the construction site, to claims processes and (if necessary) the courtroom.

Complementing this well-respected group of skilled attorneys, Gorman adds 22 years of experience working with owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in all aspects of private and public construction law. A skilled trial lawyer, negotiator, and trained arbitrator, Gorman has twice been named a Massachusetts “Super Lawyer” as published in Boston magazine, is co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Construction Law Committee and for ten years has been AV rated “pre-eminent” by his peers for legal ability and ethical practice standards by Martindale-Hubbell.

Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis states, “Over the past few years, both the real estate and construction industries have been adversely impacted by difficult economic conditions. However, we are optimistic for the future, and by adding attorneys of Hugh’s caliber, we are positioning ourselves to be the law firm of choice for construction and real estate professionals alike.”