Minnesota Construction Law

Minneapolis Construction Lawyer

Minnesota Construction Law Services represents construction industry members including home builders, remodelers, renovation contractors, and restoration contractors. Our clients include general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers. We do not represent homeowners or construction customers in any matter against contractors. Clients choose our firm so that they can work with a lawyer who puts the goals and objectives of their business ahead of his own.

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With Minnesota Construction Law Services, contractors’ legal needs are met in the following areas:

  • Construction contracts
  • Collections and creditor remedies
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • Department of labor actions
  • Construction project disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Licensing
  • Mechanic’s liens and foreclosures
  • Sales and use tax issues
  • Warranty claims
  • General-subcontractor relations
  • Employment issues

MNCLS video on why contractors need Workers' Comp insurance MNCLS video on subcontractor misclassification
Attorney Bill Gschwind has been involved in many facets of the construction industry and is very familiar with industry terminology and procedures. As someone who worked for many years in the construction industry, an experienced home remodeler, and past owner of a construction equipment rental store, Mr. Gschwind understands how hard you work every day to make your business succeed.

We know that keeping up with the complexities of the law and regulatory compliance is not the reason you got into the construction industry. Our Legal Services Protection Plans are designed to take the legal monkeys off of your back so that you can focus on what you do best, knowing that your business is taken care of. The Plans put you in control of your legal expenses so there are no surprises. Best of all, you don’t ever have to avoid calling with a question because you don’t want the large invoice that comes next. With our Plans, we never charge for phone calls and emails so you and your employees and get the right answers to your questions without fearing the big law firm bill.