Kansas City construction attorney Susan McGreevy's practice consists primarily of advising public and private owners, construction companies, sureties, design professionals, and owners in their day-to-day business ventures. This includes the drafting and negotiation of all types of agreements, resolution of disputes, trying lawsuits and arbitrations, strategic and succession planning, and representing sureties in bond claims and litigation as well as serving as an arbitrator and mediator.
Susan began her career in construction while attending the George Washington University Law School by working for Professors Ralph Nash and John Cibinic, Jr., who were co-chairs of the government contracts program at the law school. Upon graduation, she became a trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, where she represented the United States in construction litigation. In 1977, she went into private practice, continuing her focus on civil litigation and construction-related issues.