Peckar & Abramson Welcomes New Partners in Three States

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DALLAS, TX—Peckar & Abramson, P.C. (P&A) is pleased to announce that Angela Connor of the firm’s Houston office, Freddy Muñoz of the firm’s Miami office, and Brian D. Waller of the firm’s New York office, have been promoted to Partner.

P&A also announces the promotion of the following attorneys to Senior Counsel and Senior Associate:

Senior Counsel
● Charles E. Fombrun (Miami, FL)
● Ian Fullington (Dallas, TX)
● Jennifer Harris (Washington, DC)
● Justin D. Holzheauser (Austin, TX)
● Nicole Markowitz (River Edge, NJ)

Senior Associate
● Brett J. Moritz (Miami, FL)
● Anne-Solenne Rolland (Miami, FL)
● Brandon L. Rutledge (Houston, TX)
● Stefanie A. Salomon (Miami, FL)
● Puja Sharma (New York, NY)

Angela Connor has been with the firm since 2017 and is board certified in construction law by the Texas Board of Legal Specializations. She focuses her practice on construction litigation, dispute resolution and contract negotiation.

Ian Fullington focuses his practice on construction litigation, commercial dispute resolution, and construction defect litigation. He is actively involved in several construction advocacy groups in Texas, dedicating his time to improving and educating the industry about legislative developments and best practices in construction.

Justin (JD) Holzheauser represents contractors, subcontractors, owners, developers, and suppliers on a diverse range of construction matters, including dispute resolution, where he advocates for clients and resolves disputes in a manner that preserves relationships and avoids significant costs for all parties.

Brandon L. Rutledge represents clients in commercial and construction litigation matters before state and federal courts, and in domestic arbitrations, including a wide range of disputes involving design and construction defects, delay in performance claims, productivity claims, payment disputes, lien removal and foreclosure actions, as well as fraud, tortious interference, and other business tort claims.

 

 

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