Dysart Taylor’s construction law attorneys provide legal counsel to property owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and insurers in Missouri and Kansas as well as regionally and nationally. We handle a broad range of legal matters arising from private and public commercial and residential construction projects including OSHA compliance, insurance and indemnification, construction defects, and project and workforce management.
We understand that planning and careful oversight is required throughout construction projects to ensure success. We handle everything from creditors’ rights to fidelity and surety, litigation and dispute resolution to employment advice, providing legal counsel to property owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and insurers alike.
Our clients also look to us for strategic guidance on business and corporate legal services. We advise on entity formation, acquisitions and mergers, internal governance and contracts, banking, commercial lending, succession and estate planning, tax, real estate, bankruptcy matters, bonding, back charges, liquidated damages and penalties.
In addition, our team of construction attorneys advises clients on mechanic’s liens and bond claims, personal injury, wrongful death and workers’ compensation claims, negligence, delay claims, change orders, and more.
For more information, contact Lee Brumitt.
June 14, 2021 It is with profound sadness that Dysart Taylor shares news of the passing of former name partner Frank William Taylor Jr. Taylor was a dedicated member of the Dysart Taylor family for 58 years. He was a committed counselor to his clients, a friend to his...
May 26, 2021 Dysart Taylor is pleased to announce director Lee Brumitt recently presented on the scope of contractual clauses in construction indemnification disputes at a May 25 virtual seminar. Brumitt presented as part of all-day National Business Institute (NBI)...
May 7, 2021 By Lee B. Brumitt Over the years, I’ve noticed a tendency for some contractors to downplay the significance of contract language that is blatantly contrary to their interests. The thought is that the contract language is so bad that no considerate or fair...