Enforceability of Settlement Agreements

By: Scott P. Fisher Settlement agreements are most often negotiated between counsel for the respective parties.  Generally, the two (or more) opposing counsel receive instructions from their clients but communicate the back and forth offers of settlement amongst themselves only to later relate those… Read More >

Learning Curves & Lost Productivity Claims

By: Christopher S. Drewry In construction, productivity is often viewed as manhours per unit of work—greater productivity means fewer manhours spent per unit of work. Since contractors estimate work and prepare their bids based upon predetermined labor productivity, productivity is an important and vital… Read More >

Roy Rodabaugh Joins DSV

DSV Welcomes New Construction Attorney We are proud to welcome Roy Rodabaugh to Drewry Simmons Vornehm. Roy focuses his practice in construction law and real estate litigation. He represents many of the Midwest’s largest commercial and residential developers, owner’s representatives, construction managers, contractors, design-builders, subcontractors,… Read More >

Trump Announces More Details On Infrastructure Plan

By: Christopher S. Drewry, Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP You may have heard a little something about this, but President Donald Trump held a press conference Tuesday. No, this is not a post discussing the events which took place in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend;… Read More >