Anthony Adams provides construction expertise for National Business Institute

October 28, 2022

By the time you have 40 years of construction law under your belt, you generally know a few things about the construction process.  Anthony Adams, in fact, has 41 years of commercial litigation experience, mostly within the construction industry, so it makes sense that the National Business Institute requested that Adams be a keynote speaker for this month’s CLE webinar entitled, “New York Construction Law from Start to Finish”

“I can’t say I’ve seen it all—but pretty close,” said the founding partner of Adams Leclair LLP. “I enjoy helping construction companies avoid pitfalls.  I want to make sure they know how to move through the process and have confidence that even if something goes awry, I am here to protect.”

NBI’s all-day seminar was part of a Continuing Legal Education forum providing 7 credits to attendees.  Adams’ presentation included an overview on:  Applicable Law, Regulations, and Statutes; Different Types of Project Delivery Systems and Responsibilities; Roles of Parties and How They Interact.  

Adams also presented a section on Ethics for Construction Attorneys which highlighted: 

  1. Rules of Professional Conduct
  2. Conflicts of Interest
  3. Confidentiality
  4. Attorney Fees
  5. Avoiding Malpractice

Tony Adams is a well-respected litigator in New York State and has been named “Lawyer of the Year” by “Best Lawyers in America” repeatedly in either construction law or construction litigation. He practices before various arbitral forums and before government agencies, including the NYS Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board.  He has lectured on construction law, real property taxation and fiduciary litigation.

To learn more about Anthony Adams, visit his profile here.
You can also enroll for the online version of Anthony Adams’ CLE for New York Construction Law from Start to Finish here.

Attorney Tony Adams


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