Posts Written By: Tom Pannett

State of the Construction Industry: Current Trends + What’s to Come

On September 21, our construction team welcomed clients in-person and virtually via livestream for a presentation on the current and forecasted state of the construction industry in Ohio. With more than 50 professionals from the local construction scene in attendance, our attorneys covered all the crucial topics at play in today’s building ecosystem. Don Gregory discussed […]

The Infrastructure Act: What $380K of Spending Per Page Looks Like

If you’re involved with any part of the transportation industry in the U.S., you have likely already read many news articles about the pending federal infrastructure bill. It’s currently going by several names, such as the Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act of 2021 and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (or the “IIJA”). Google the IIJA […]

Construction Client Happy Hour: October 14

Unwind after a long work week and join our clients and friends in the construction industry at North High Brewing in Dublin for a happy hour. Details + Location:Thursday, October 14, 20215:00 – 7:00 p.m.North High Brewing56 North High StreetDublin, OH 43017 RSVP:Please register by Monday, October 11, by contacting Lindsey Dilsaver at ldilsaver@keglerbrown.com or […]

State of the Construction Industry: Current Trends + What’s To Come

On Tuesday, September 21, join Kegler Brown’s construction team as they discuss what’s currently happening in the construction industry and what they are predicting will come. Don Gregory will discuss the current construction climate and suggest tools to manage a contractor’s most challenging project risks, including price escalation, labor shortages and impacts to the supply […]

Signing + Sealing Roadway Construction Plans: From 2-D Wet Ink to 3-D Blockchain

Recently I was asked to opine about the legal pitfalls surrounding the signing and sealing of 3-D plans; a technology platform for construction project documents that Ohio government entities like ODOT may soon embrace. Signing documents electronically is nothing new. For more than 20 years, it has been the law in Ohio to allow “electronic” […]