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VINCENT KING, American Lawyer, Partner of ELLERBE, INC.

Background

King, Vincent W. was born on December 16, 1957 in Long Prairie, Minnesota, United States.

Education

St. John's University (Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, 1980). University of Minnesota (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1983).

Career

Worked at Cohen & Lord, A Professional Corporation. Admitted to the bar, 1983, Minnesota and United States. District Court, District of Minnesota (Not admitted California).

Contributing Author: "Convention Centers and Sports Arenas," The Construction Project Form Book, John Wiley & Sons, 1994. Lecturer, "Design - Build in The Public Sector," MSBA Construction Law Symposium, 1994. Contributing Commentator, "Analysis of the Law of The Republic of Belarus on Foreign Concessions," American Bar Association, Central and East European Law Initiative, 1993.

Lecturer, Construction Specifications Institute, Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter, 1992. Co-Author: "Construction Claims Under Minnesota Law," 1989, Cambridge Institute, 314 pp. Lecturer: Minnesota Associated Builders and Contractors, 1984-1989.

"Architect-Engineer Liability Under Minnesota Law," Cambridge Institute, 1989—. Lecturer: "Construction Claims Under Minnesota Law," Cambridge Institute, 1989—. Ellerbe Becket Professional Liability Seminars, 1989—.

MnDOT MBE/WBE Training Programs, 0529015000 Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association (Member, Construction Industry Panel). Member: Ramsey County and Minnesota State (Member, International Business Law and Construction Law Sections), American (Member, International Public Contract Law Section) and International (Member, Section on Business Law, Committees Cd and T) Bar Associations.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Construction Claims Under Minnesota Law," 1989, Cambridge Institute, 314pp.

Membership

Member: Ramsey County and Minnesota State (Member, International Business Law and Construction Law Sections), American (Member, International Public Contract Law Section) and International (Member, Section on Business Law, Committees Cd and T) Bar Associations.