Building Resilience & Improving Financial Results: How to Overcome Broken Links in the Construction Supply Chain
By Elizabeth M. Aboulafia, Partner, Cullen and Dykman LLP
It is widely understood within the construction industry that a contractor’s inability to meet its project delivery schedule is a major driver of disruption to a contractor’s operations and a common source of financial distress. While there are many common causes of project delays that...
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Elizabeth M. Aboulafia is Partner at Cullen and Dykman LLP, a full-service law firm with over 170 attorneys in seven offices in the Northeast. She practices in the areas of financial restructuring and construction law, and as a result she is able to draw from her multi-disciplinary background to help contractors and other clients navigate financial distress and intercreditor relationships. Aboulafia works to find practical and efficient solutions for her clients, both in and out of the courtroom.