Strengthening its core with the addition of two new principals, Burleson LLP said on Wednesday that it has expanded its Construction and Federal Government Contracts Practice Groups’ capabilities to serve companies in the Appalachian Basin, nationwide and globally.
As Ericson Kimbel and Tania Wang join the Pittsburgh office, Pittsburgh Managing Partner Kevin Colosimo said the expansion emphasizes the firm's broad geographic reach and wide range of services. "Our focus on building more robust Construction and Federal Government Contracts Practice Groups — in addition to enhancing our traditional real estate capabilities — gives us a great opportunity to play a bigger role in driving economic growth," Colosimo said.
Ericson Kimbel brings a background in construction law and mechanic’s lien law, with over 15 years of experience in energy, commercial and construction litigation.
Tania Wang focuses on construction, government contracting and litigation for firms operating in the Appalachian Basin and other areas of the U.S., as well as internationally. She previously worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, handling multi-million-dollar military contracts.
Kimbel and Wang join colleagues Kevin Barley, Andrew Jenkins, Marcella Della Casa and Colosimo in the
firm's Construction and Federal Government Contracts Practice Groups.
Burleson LLP is a full-service corporate law firm serving clients in diverse industries and is known for its expertise in the energy industry.
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