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Munsch Hardt Further Expands Construction Practice with Two Associates

Oct 14, 2021
Texas Contractor

DALLAS, TX — Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. (Munsch Hardt) announces the continued growth of its Construction Practice Group with the addition of two new Associates.

“The addition of these lawyers positions Munsch Hardt to have one of the largest and strongest construction practices associated with a full service firm in the southwest,” said Adam Richie, Co-Chair of Munsch Hardt's Construction Practice Group, who spearheads the transactional side of the practice. “We are very pleased to welcome them into the Munsch Hardt family, and we look forward to sharing news of their successes for years to come.”

Munsch Hardt now has 15 total construction attorneys across its three offices.

“Both of these lawyers are uniquely skilled, bringing our depth of expertise and capabilities to a new level and enabling Munsch Hardt to better serve existing clients as well as others in this booming industry,” said Bob Hancock, Co-Chair of Munsch Hardt's Construction Practice Group, who leads the controversy side of the practice.

Logan Adcock: Dallas

Adcock focuses his practice on all facets of construction law, including both construction-related transactions and litigation matters. He has experience representing owners, design professionals, general contractors, and subcontractors with various aspects of commercial construction projects, including drafting and negotiating contracts and vendor/supplier agreements, as well as assisting clients on compliance issues and construction disputes. Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, he served as in-house counsel for the South-Central region of J.E. Dunn Construction Company. Adcock received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University and his Juris Doctor from Baylor University School of Law, where he was a member of the Order of the Barristers.

Connor Rose: Houston

Rose's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, including construction, products liability, and personal injury defense. He represents companies and individuals in federal and state courts as well as in arbitration. As part of his construction practice, he represents owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and design professionals on a variety of projects, including utility-scale solar farms and federal highways, both locally and nationally. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Gettysburg College.