PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partners Patrick R. Kingsley and Jeffrey D. Grossman presented “Differing Site Conditions” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s seminar titled, Pennsylvania Construction Law, on Oct. 24. Kingsley and Grossman discussed differing site condition issues under both common law and contract law, encountered in every phase of construction—from design to completion.
Kingsley, chair of Stradley Ronon’s Construction Practice Group, has tried more than 40 cases involving diverse legal claims and fact patterns in several different forums across the country. He handles a wide variety of complex commercial disputes, focusing much of his practice on construction and surety litigation. As a trial lawyer, Kingsley has tried both jury and non-jury cases and represented clients in arbitrations, mediations and hearings before administrative law judges and referees. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Rutgers University School of Law, instructing students on trial advocacy skills.
Grossman is a trial lawyer who focuses his practice on complex litigation and regulatory matters within the fields of insurance, health care and construction. His practice entails resolving disputes between private parties, as well as disputes involving industry and governmental regulators. Jeff’s experience covers a broad spectrum of engagements in several industries and areas of law, including insurance, health care, cyber, construction, surety and fidelity, securities, general commercial litigation, professional liability and general negligence. He routinely handles cases in federal and state courts, and before arbitration tribunals.
About Stradley Ronon
Counseling clients since 1926, Stradley Ronon has helped private and public companies – from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations – achieve their goals by providing pragmatic, value-driven legal counsel. With offices in eight strategic locations, our responsive team of more than 200 attorneys seamlessly addresses the full spectrum of our clients’ needs, ranging from sophisticated corporate transactions to complex commercial litigation.