Mr. Gruskin is a shareholder of the Denver, Colorado law firm of Senn Visciano Canges P.C. He received a BA in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his JD from the University of Denver College of Law. His practice primarily focuses on construction law, alternative dispute resolution and litigation (commercial and real estate). He is counsel for many construction industry clients, including owners (both public and private), developers, contractors, construction managers, specialty trade contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. Mr. Gruskin is a member of the American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry and Public Contract Law Section as well as the Colorado Bar Association’s Construction Law Forum. He has served as the Chapter Attorney for the American Subcontractors Association’s Colorado Chapter since 1991 and has been a member of the Steering Committee of Division 9 of the ABA Forum on Construction Industry (Specialty Trade Contractors and Suppliers). Mr. Gruskin is a member of the construction industry panel of arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association and has served as a sole arbitrator and arbitration panel member in construction related arbitrations. He has experience as a court appointed and private mediator in construction and commercial disputes. Mr. Gruskin has assisted in passing legislation of interest to the construction community, including drafting key portions of the Colorado statute limiting risk transfer/indemnification in construction contracts. Mr. Gruskin has been selected as a SuperLawyer in Colorado for construction litigation matters for 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2015 and was also selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© in the field of construction law. He is a frequent author and lecturer on construction litigation and contracts, and other related topics.
Main Electric, Ltd. v Printz Services Corporation, 980 P.2d 522 (Colo. 1999) — Authored Amicus Curiae brief for American Subcontractors Association in a Colorado Supreme Court case that established guidelines and requirements for an enforceable "pay if paid" clause in a subcontract.