HOUSTON, TX — Andrews Myers is pleased to announce the addition of two new Shareholders to the firm’s Austin office, Carson Fisk and Clayton Utkov, both seasoned construction attorneys in the Central Texas region.
Carson represents a wide-range of clients within the construction industry in both contentious and non-contentious matters, including complex construction litigation, best practices and claims counseling, and contract drafting and negotiation. Additionally, he maintains an active alternative dispute resolution practice as a credentialed mediator with the TMCA and as a Neutral on the AAA Roster of Neutrals.
A longtime, active member of the Austin community, Carson serves as current chair of the City of Austin Construction Advisory Committee.
Prior to joining the firm, Carson was a Shareholder of a construction law firm in their Austin office.
Clayton’s practice focuses on both transactional and dispute resolution aspects of construction law, where he represents contractor, supplier and owner clients on various mid-to-large scale public and private sector projects throughout Texas. He has significant experience resolving issues for clients through several methods: negotiations, mediation, arbitration and litigation in both state and federal courts.
Clayton maintains an active alternative dispute resolution practice as an arbitrator and credentialed mediator with the TMCA.
Prior to joining the firm, Clayton was a Shareholder of a construction law firm in Austin.
Clayton Utkov can be reached at 512-900-3043 and email@example.com.
Founded in 1990, with offices in Houston and Austin, Andrews Myers, Attorneys at Law, is a corporate law firm and recognized market leader in Texas construction law. The firm focuses on the concentrated disciplines of construction, commercial real estate, corporate and business transactions, with additional emphasis on related issues including bankruptcy and insolvency, employment and capital formation. A seasoned team of attorneys provides timely and cost-effective solutions to the most complex problems facing entrepreneurs and middle-market industry leaders throughout the state and the nation. For more information please visit www.andrewsmyers.com.