The attorneys of The Coleman Law Firm have more than 200 years of combined experience working for—and representing clients in—the architectural, construction, engineering and concrete industries. We have specific, practical knowledge of how our clients conduct business, as well as in-depth knowledge and experience in the legal issues of clients’ industries.
Jeffrey W. Coleman is a licensed structural engineer who has served as general counsel to an architectural, engineering, interior design and construction firm. An authority on concrete construction law, he is the author of Legal Issues in Concrete Construction (1st and 2nd eds., 2014, CAM Publishing).
Michael P. Katz has served as general counsel for an architectural, engineering, interior design and construction firm as well as deputy general counsel to a division of the nation’s largest heavy/highway contractor.
Ben Kirk’s practice is focused on construction and real estate, with particular focus on construction defect litigation. Ben represents general contractors, subcontractors, developers, architects and engineers in transactional matters and litigation. He also has extensive experience representing homeowners’ associations in transactional matters and litigation.
Practice focused on commercial law and litigation/appeals: construction law, insurance coverage and defense, real estate, franchise, and general business law. Represents contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, owners, and insurers.
Office manager Vikki Glosser has worked with law firms since 1980, first as a legal assistant and then as office manager. She began working with William D. Hull in 1981 and with Jeffrey W. Coleman in 1991. She draws on her expertise and experience to keep the firm operating efficiently and to support all the attorneys.
The Coleman Executive Roundtable for Architects and Engineers is a community of architectural and engineering industry leaders who come together quarterly to learn about and discuss current business issues.