Jones Walker LLP announced today the expansion of its national construction practice with the addition of six new attorneys. Partners Joseph P. Henner, Neal J. Sweeney, and Chad V. Theriot together with Special Counsel attorneys Karen E. Bain, Jennifer S. Lowndes, and Tyler P. Scarbrough join the firm’s Atlanta office as members of the Construction Practice Team.
Henner has more than two decades of experience representing clients in the construction industry. He works closely with public and private owners, developers, large general contractors, specialty government subcontractors, and sureties.
Sweeney has been serving the construction industry for 30 years, focusing exclusively on construction law and government contracts for major infrastructure projects such as transit, airports, highways, wastewater treatment, and tunnels.
Theriot focuses his practice on major public and commercial construction and infrastructure projects representing both domestic and international clients across a broad spectrum of construction, contracting, and procurement activities.
Bain focuses her practice on construction and infrastructure projects and construction litigation.
Lowndes focuses her practice on complex commercial construction projects in various industries, working closely with construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, developers, as well as owners in the public and private sectors.
Scarbrough focuses on construction and infrastructure projects, construction litigation, government contracting, and alternative dispute resolution.
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