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Maslon Partner David Suchar to Host the American Bar Association's "Construction Law Today" Podcast

October 18, 2021

Maslon Partner David Suchar has been selected as the next host of the American Bar Association's podcast series "Construction Law Today," a production of the ABA Forum on Construction Law. David will assume hosting duties at the end of 2021, engaging guests in conversation on subjects of practical and academic interest to construction lawyers.

"Construction Law Today" began in 2019 and has been downloaded over 14,000 times on one platform alone. David appeared as a guest on two previous episodes, "Episode 5: Insurance Issues in Construction Litigation," and "Episode 15: Insurance Issues in Construction Litigation, Part 2."

For more information or to listen, go to ABA "Construction Law Today" Podcast.

David, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, is a skilled trial attorney and former federal prosecutor who regularly represents clients in construction and insurance coverage disputes, government and internal investigations, and a variety of commercial litigation. Who's Who Legal has consistently ranked David as one of the top three under-45 construction lawyers in the United States (2019-21), describing him in their annual "Future Leaders" guide as "an impressive trial lawyer whose practice spans the spectrum of construction matters from insurance to payment claims." Chambers USA published client commentary describing David's strengths as "mastery of insurance, understanding the construction industry, exceptional writing skills and aggressive negotiation." David has developed a niche national practice representing commercial policyholders in insurance coverage disputes, including on many of the largest construction projects and claims across the United States.


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