Scott H. Sirich, partner at Plunkett Cooney, PC, was recently named to the 2023 class of Go To Lawyers for construction law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly (MiLW), an industry publication serving the state’s legal community.
Attorneys are selected as a Go To Lawyer based on expertise in their field, including how well-versed they are in the nuances of case law, statutes and regulations clients will encounter. Selection criteria also includes a successful record with cases and/or transactions, high referral rate based on expertise and accomplishments, and creative problem solving that identifies all options for clients. Nominated lawyers are those whose colleagues would refer to a friend or use themselves in that field of expertise.
A Plunkett Cooney partner since 2001, Sirich joined the firm a few years after graduating from Wayne State University Law School in 1992. He received two undergraduate degrees from the University of Michigan in 1989.
Sirich focuses his practice in the area of construction law with particular expertise in representing design professionals including architects and engineers. He also practices in the areas of general commercial litigation and occupational health and safety law. His clients include architectural and engineering design firms, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, owners and developers.