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James Duffy O'Connor Appointed to National AGC Committees on Risk Management and Contract Documents
April 20, 2010
At the recommendation of the Minnesota Chapter of the Association of General Contractors, Maslon attorney James Duffy O'Connor was appointed to serve on the National AGC Committees for Risk Management and Contract Documents. The committees of the AGC play a crucial role in developing new ideas and formulating legislative policies. They also provide an exceptional forum for discussion of key construction industry issues.

Jim heads Maslon's Construction Law Group and devotes his practice exclusively to construction and construction insurance-related matters. He represents engineers, general contractors, specialty contractors, owners and designers in contract formation and construction matters throughout the United States. Jim is a Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers, a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and the former Chair of the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry. Jim has published extensively in the construction law area.

Further information about the AGC can be found at www.agc.org.
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