Larry E. Grijalva

Associate

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    Biography

    Larry Grijalva’s commercial and legal construction experience provides a unique perspective in his representation of construction industry companies, developers, and project owners. His background at a family construction firm specializing in framing and carpentry built the foundation of his project management skills and meticulousness, which allows him to understand all facets of the construction and development process. At Robinson+Cole, he provides legal counsel on construction disputes, in addition to reviewing and drafting construction contracts.

    Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Larry managed construction litigation matters, defended large and medium manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and medical device clients in product liability, class action, mass tort, and other complex litigation in state and federal courts. Before that, Larry served as an assistant corporation counsel for the New York City Law Department, Tort Division, where he defended municipal employees in state court tort matters from inception to resolution.

    At the University of Connecticut’s School of Law, Larry served as the Vice President of the Latino Law Students’ Association, and on the Connecticut Moot Court Board. He also interned for the university’s tax clinic, representing low-income taxpayers in federal tax disputes before the Internal Revenue Service and the United States Tax Court.

    Outside of the office, Larry is an avid wristwatch collector and car enthusiast. He is bilingual, speaking English and Spanish fluently.

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