Jesse O. Franklin

Mr. Franklin focuses his practice on construction law consulting and litigation, and general business litigation. Despite his focus on owner representation, principally public entities, private owners and developers; Mr. Franklin has also represented architects, engineers, general contractors and subcontractors in construction disputes. The disputes have involved data centers, public facilities, commercial buildings, bridges, landslides, docks, underground utilities, condominiums, private homes and an Aker H-3 semi-submersible drilling rig. He has developed and prepared project specific and master form contracts for, and assisted in the negotiations of, hundreds of contracts and agreements between owners, contractors, architects, engineers and consultants for projects located in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America and Asia.

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Areas of Practice 1) Construction and Engineering, 2) Climate Change and Sustainability, 3) Commercial Disputes, 4) Energy, 5) International Arbitration, 6) Oil & Gas and 7) School Districts
Law School Seattle University School of Law, J.D., 1983
Admitted Year 2011
Education University of Washington, Jackson School of Intern, B.A., 1978
Bar Member / Association Washington State Bar Association, Oregon State Bar Association, Alaska State Bar Association
Most recent firm Jackson Lewis LLP
A. Harrison Barnes
A. Harrison Barnes

A. Harrison Barnes is a well-known attorney throughout the United States. As a member of the Malibu community, Harrison is committed to serving the needs of Malibu residents and businesses in legal matters.

Andrew Hamilton
Andrew Hamilton

Andrew Hamilton is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Finance Practice. Mr. Hamilton practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, securities law, and general corporate counseling.

Anthony C. DeCusatis
Anthony C. DeCusatis

Anthony C. DeCusatis is of counsel in Morgan Lewis's Energy Practice.He also represents and counsels utilities and nonutility energy suppliers on emerging issues created by the transition from regulation to competitive markets.