Frantz Ward is pleased to announce Andrew M. Hanna
joins the firm as an Associate in its nationally-recognized Construction Practice Group.
Drew focuses his practice on construction law and related litigation. He has experience representing clients in construction defects, real estate law, condominium association law, homeowners’ association law, and mold litigation. In addition, he has assisted clients in non-profit corporate law, general business law, and bankruptcy. Drew earned his J.D. from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and his B.A. from Denison University.
Frantz Ward is recognized both locally and nationally as a leading law firm in the construction industry. The Frantz Ward construction lawyers don’t dabble―they are intensely immersed in every facet of the industry and are regularly looked to as thought leaders on critical issues affecting all project stakeholders. Frantz Ward’s Construction Group is comprised of thirteen lawyers solely focused on construction law, and is supported by over two dozen additional lawyers who represent construction clients in specialized areas such as, labor and employment, OSHA, workers’ compensation, real estate, compliance, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, succession planning and many other areas. The Frantz Ward Construction Group is recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
and the U.S. News & World Report’s
list of “The Best Law Firms” in Construction. In addition, Frantz Ward’s attorneys are named in Best Lawyers and the Ohio Super Lawyers list, among others. Several of its attorneys are fellows with the Construction Lawyers Society of America and hold leadership roles in key industry organizations such as the Cleveland Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), the Construction Management Association of America, the Construction Employers Association and the American Bar Association Forum on Construction. Frantz Ward has efficiently and successfully managed, mediated, and litigated claims on a wide variety of projects in more than 40 states, as well as nearly a dozen other countries. These projects include; airports, building renovation and revitalization projects, casinos, convention centers, court houses, gas pipelines and facilities, high-rise structures, hospitals and health care facilities, hotels, parking structures, port facilities, power plants, roadways and bridges, schools, sewer and drainage improvements, sheet piling and dredging projects, shopping malls, stadiums and arenas, steel mills and steel processing facilities, tunnels, and water and wastewater treatment facilities.