Predicting Boom, Pa. Firms Build Up Construction Practices

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Pennsylvania law firms have been beefing up their construction practices, as the construction industry experiences an uptick and industry observers predict more activity on the horizon.

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  • Margaret Motheral

    All Philadelphia Law firms and District Attorney and City Council allowed felonies of lead, mercury, cadmium, asbestos, silica and more plus years of multiple retaliation crimes against neighbor to Devon townhouse project in East Mt Airy, causing permanent injury for political cronyism for years. If any of you had listened to me, those people at Market Street would not have died.

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