At Allensworth & Porter, we decided long ago that we wanted to be the construction law firm for construction and design experts and owners in Austin and throughout Texas. We were doing construction law well before it was a big thing. Austin wasn’t always the boom town it would later grow to become. While other Continue Reading
Allensworth & Porter is an Austin-based construction law firm made up of fifteen lawyers who have devoted their careers to the practice of construction law. Our commitment to our clients and our industry focus makes our clients confident knowing they are represented by people who know the law, know the industry, and know their businessMore
Our firm has been deeply involved in establishing Construction Law as an area of academic and professional scholarship. Two of the members of our firm are Adjunct Law professors at the University of Texas School of Law, teaching courses in Construction Law and Construction Litigation, and all of the firm's attorneys author papers and speak at professional seminars on Construction Law.More
Since 1995, our mission has been to provide cost-effective legal services to the construction industry, from the negotiation and drafting of contracts to the mediation, litigation, and arbitration of construction disputes. In fulfilling that mission, we have grown to be one of the largest Austin-based construction law firms, representing clients throughout the State of Texas.
Allensworth & Porter Leads Austin in Best Lawyers’ 2020 Listing of Top-Rated Construction Lawyers; 2020 Austin Construction “Lawyer of the Year” Honor Awarded to Matthew Ryan
In June, Best Lawyers® magazine published its annual list of top-rated attorneys from across Texas. Allensworth & Porter is proud to lead all Austin law firms in having the most lawyers recognized for their work in Construction Law. Our attorneys were also recognized in the categories of Litigation – Construction, Alternative Dispute Resolution (Arbitration), and Continue Reading
April 27, 2020 Today, Governor Abbott issued Executive Order GA-18, announcing that with the expiration of Executive Order GA-16 on Thursday, April 30th, many Texas businesses will be allowed to reopen under new safety guidelines and capacity limitations. He also issued a 64-page “Open Texas” Report detailing the rules and restrictions that will apply beginning Continue Reading