Attorney Stephen J. Anthony Joins Clark Hill PLC Phoenix
– Attorney Stephen J. Anthony has joined Clark Hill PLC Phoenix as a member of the Construction Practice Group.
Anthony aggressively advocates on behalf of clients in litigation matters involving commercial, banking, and construction issues. He has successfully served as lead counsel in complex litigation matters before juries and arbitrators, including several construction arbitrations through the American Arbitration Association, and he has briefed and argued appeals in the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Arizona Supreme Court.
Anthony has handled a wide range of construction law issues including drafting and negotiating contracts for subcontractors and general contractors, liens, unpaid contract balances, delay and defect claims, breach of warranty claims and bond claims.
“We are pleased to announce the addition of Stephen J. Anthony to our team,” said John Norling, leader of Clark Hill’s Phoenix Office. “He brings a wide range of experience with construction issues and is a tremendous asset to our practice and our office.”
Anthony was named in
Arizona’s Finest Lawyers
Anthony earned his B.S. from the University of Arizona and his J.D. from New York University
School of Law.
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