Laura LoBue, a Litigation partner in Pillsbury’s Construction Counseling & Dispute Resolution practice, was featured in Building for Good (B4G)’s attorney spotlight series ‘Spotlight for Good,’ which was recently showcased by the American Bar Association's Forum on Construction Law.

In 2019, LoBue joined Building for Good, launching its services in D.C. and establishing Pillsbury’s ongoing partnership with the organization. LoBue is a significant volunteer resource for Wildflower Schools pro bono projects as they go from conception, through construction, up to operation. In addition, she is a member of B4G’s Development Committee and helps to grow its fundraising platform in the D.C. area.

Building for Good is a national platform that connects volunteer construction attorneys with charities and nonprofit organizations with a construction law need. 

Read LoBue’s full feature here. 

LoBue has significant experience in complex litigation and arbitration, focusing on the areas of construction, engineering and energy-related disputes. She advises contractors and subcontractors, utilities, developers and real estate owners on construction-related issues such as construction defects, claims of extra work, delay, disruption, acceleration, suspension and termination of contracts. As a former practicing architect, LoBue has a solid grasp of a construction project’s technical detail, allowing her to speak the language of her clients and relay that information in everyday terms to judges and juries.