Bloomington, MN Construction Law Attorney Tim Johnson discusses his background and experience in construction law.
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Yeah, I started, actually cut my teeth in construction law one of my first jobs in law school I was a law clerk for a construction law firm. I had a real estate background before going to law school so it was a natural fit. And since then, I’ve grown to know just about everything there is to know in terms of the law as it relates to general contractors. So how it relates to putting together their contracts, doing vendor and supplier agreements, disputes with their homeowners, making sure that they comply with all of the regulations. So I’ve basically, through experience in the law, learned how to handle everything that can happen in a contractors business basically, from opening that business to even dissolving that business and everything in between.