Hinckley Allen Welcomes Construction & Public Contracts Partner Jeremy M. SmithMarch 4, 2020
Hinckley Allen is pleased to welcome Jeremy M. Smith as Partner in the Firm’s Construction & Public Contracts group. Smith joins the Firm’s Albany office after most recently serving as Partner at Couch White, LLP.
Smith’s practice is focused on construction disputes, commercial litigation, and corporate transactions. He represents clients from a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, mining and banking. In addition, he serves as outside general counsel in corporate practice to a number of companies, providing advice regarding corporate, commercial, risk mitigation, business succession, lending, and other legal matters.
Smith brings a vast amount of experience to Hinckley Allen, including:
- Acquisitions and dispositions of numerous businesses, including stock sales and asset sales to third parties and to related parties.
- Litigating commercial, business, construction, and tax disputes in State and Federal courts.
- Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating contracts for civil infrastructure, highway, and vertical construction projects.
“Jeremy is uniquely equipped to support our clients in navigating the complex challenges facing the construction industry,” said David J. Rubin, Managing Partner at Hinckley Allen. “His analytical skill and intuitive ability to provide business-minded counsel are invaluable assets to Hinckley Allen and our clients alike. We’re excited to welcome Jeremy to our team.”
Hinckley Allen’s Construction & Public Contracts Group is nationally recognized for their work in the construction industry, which includes engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractors, civil and heavy highway contractors, and Engineering News Record (ENR) Top 100 vertical contractors to design professionals and owners in both public and private sectors. Hinckley Allen’s ability to provide value and deliver results through strong relationships, practical legal advice, and counsel has earned first-tier national ranking in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Law Firms” for the Litigation-Construction category. To learn more about the Construction & Public Contracts Group, please click here.PDF