Brantley Saunders, Mark Walsh, and Karen Ensley Named Fellows of Construction Lawyers Society of America

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Brantley Saunders, Mark Walsh, and Karen Ensley Named Fellows of Construction Lawyers Society of America

June 1, 2018

Saunders, Walsh & Beard, a trusted business and construction law firm in McKinney, TX, is pleased to announce Partners Brantley Saunders, Mark Walsh, and Karen Ensley have been selected as Fellows of the Construction Lawyers Society of America.

The CLSA is an invitation-only international honorary association composed of preeminent lawyers specializing in construction law and related fields. The organization is dedicated to promoting superior advocacy and ethical standards in construction law, and fostering a scholarly and advanced exchange of ideas in all practices related to the specialty.

Brantley Saunders is a business and real estate attorney specializing in general business advice and litigation, who has been helping individuals and businesses solve legal issues for over 20 years. His experience in over 25 jury trials helps focus his clients on the important issues to attack. It also allows him to see the issues in advance for business planning and avoiding litigation when possible. Setting out a plan for success in litigation or transactional work is his bread and butter. Real estate, business entities, insurance, personal injury and mediation are his primary areas of focus.

Mark A. Walsh is a construction and business litigation attorney who has litigated hundreds of construction and business disputes throughout the State of Texas since 1997. He has extensive experience and has counseled clients in all manner of construction and business disputes, commercial contract drafting and litigation, public procurement law, partner/shareholder dispute litigation, and governmental entity representation.

Karen Ensley is a board-certified construction law attorney focused on representation of small and large commercial and specialty contractors throughout Texas. Karen “grew up in the business,” working firsthand in the construction industry prior to becoming an attorney. Karen is well versed in lien and bond claim law, collecting for unpaid work, and defending against claims of improper workmanship, Karen also regularly drafts, reviews and negotiates construction contracts, provides counsel to her clients with employer/employee issues and implementation of general best business practices.

 

 

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