Construction Attorney Ross J. Altman Joins Clark Hill’s Chicago Office
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill PLC announced that Ross J. Altman has joined Clark Hill’s Chicago office as a Member in the Construction Practice Group.
“We are excited to welcome Ross to the Firm and to the Chicago office,” said Ray J. Koenig III, Member in Charge of Clark Hill’s Chicago office.
“Ross’s skill and background add depth to the Firm’s practice in this area that will result in substantial value to our clients and to the team,” said John O’Connor, Practice Group Director, Construction.
Altman’s practice focuses on design, engineering, procurement and construction matters. Altman counsels clients in the transaction structure, financing and administration of construction, and has worked on related projects internationally. He has provided guidance to clients to solve issues relating to surety bonds and has drafted special legislation to address such issues.
Altman received his J.D. from George Washington University and is admitted to the bar of Illinois. Altman is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Law, where he teaches a course in drafting and negotiating construction contracts and design agreements. He frequently lectures and writes on topics relative to design, construction and project finance, and is a Fellow in the American College of Construction Lawyers. Altman also holds the prestigious Band 1 ranking for Construction by Chambers USA.
Clark Hill is a multidisciplinary, national law firm that draws on our attorneys’ industry and policy knowledge, our deeply held shared values, and a global network of premier firms and advisors to provide innovative legal solutions and client-service excellence worldwide.
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