Steve Lindemann, Johnny Wang Publish Top 10 Action Items for Contractors in NASBP Blog
Construction Partner Steve Lindemann and employment Partner Johnny Wang recently outlined actionable steps contractors can take when reopening their offices in the National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP) blog.
Steve and Johnny highlighted the importance of creating a comprehensive return to work plan, a process to handle complaints in a timely manner, a clear training program for all employees, and special plans for rental spaces that address obligations of landlords.
Steve has represented contractor and design professional clients in trials, arbitrations and mediations involving design and construction defects, delays, disruption, energy efficiency guarantees, mechanic’s liens, payment bonds, construction cost audits, claims for extra work and catastrophic fire loss. Steve also counsels construction and energy clients on a broad range of issues, from contract negotiation to dispute avoidance. He has extensive experience representing energy services companies in connection with performance contracts and helping other clients involved with government contracts and P3 projects.
As a Stinson domestic and international labor and employment attorney, Wang assists clients from start-ups to publicly traded Fortune 100 companies on high risk C-suite terminations to serving as lead negotiator during collective bargaining negotiations. His international labor and employment work supports U.S. companies navigating the complexities of work-abroad workers. Johnny also serves on Stinson's Coronavirus Task Force.