John H. "Buzz" Tarlow
Buzz Tarlow is a founding member of Tarlow Stonecipher Weamer & Kelly, PLLC, His practice is primarily in the construction field representing owners, contractors, architects, insurance companies, engineers, suppliers and subcontractors in many types of matters including construction contracting, licensing, defective construction, and delay and financial dispute cases. He has also represented victims of construction and aviation accidents.
He regularly acts as a mediator in construction disputes and is a member of the National Construction Panel of Arbitrators for the American Arbitration Association.
Buzz is the only elected member of the American College of Construction Lawyers practicing in the state of Montana. Additionally, Buzz is an adjunct professor at Montana State University College of Engineering.
He is the founder of the Montana State Bar Construction Law Section and the Montana Construction Law Institute (an annual construction law conference sponsored by the State Bar of Montana). He has also held a variety of national leadership positions in the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law.
Buzz has spoken at numerous state-wide and national construction law conferences. He is a 1985 graduate of the Boston University School of Law.
Buzz is also a LEED Green Associate, a licensed pilot and a mandolin, bass and guitar picker.
University of Connecticut (B.A., cum laude, with distinction in Economics, 1981); Boston University (J.D., 1985)
Vermont and U.S. District Court, District of Vermont, 1986; Montana and U.S. District Court, District of Montana, 1989; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 1990
American Bar Association (Member, Forum on the Construction Industry; Chairman, Division I, Alternative Dispute Resolution; Member, Technical Committee); American Bar Foundation (Fellow Member); State Bar of Montana (Founder, Construction Law Section; Chairman, 2005-2006); State Bar of Vermont; Montana Trial Lawyers Association; Gallatin County Bar Association ; Founder, Montana Construction Law Institute; BAR FELLOWSHIP: American College of Construction Lawyers