Members of Pillsbury's Japan Construction practice recently were invited to contribute the 2018 Construction Practice Guide for publication by Chambers & Partners.

To read the full text of the guide, visit the Chambers & Partners website.

Pillsbury's Construction practice team includes more than 40 attorneys located in Tokyo and throughout the United States (including in Washington, DC, San Francisco, Northern Virginia, Houston, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Nashville and New York). The practice team comprises senior attorneys with vast experience in real estate, litigation, government contracts, finance, energy and insurance. Pillsbury also has expertise and experience in numerous other practice areas that relate to the construction sector, including: corporate and securities; employment and labor; energy; environmental, land use, and natural resources; finance; government contracts; insolvency and restructuring; insurance; litigation; real estate; tax; and technology. Pillsbury is recognized for advising clients on complex commercial and infrastructure projects around the world. Past clients have included financiers, public and private owners, developers, engineers, financial institutions, investors, design professionals, vendors and contractors of all types. Project experience ranges from power generation (nuclear, solar, natural gas, coal), to transportation (highways, light rail, airports, ports), to commercial infrastructure (hotels, high rise apartments, office buildings, hospitals, higher education buildings, convention centers, stadiums). Pillsbury also has extensive experience working with various standard contract forms (including those published by the American Institute of Architects, ConsensusDOCS, and the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC), as well as with a variety of manuscripted design, construction, design/build, and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracts.)