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California provides three statutorily recognized construction payment remedies: (1) mechanics liens; (2) stop payment notices; and (3) ..read more
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Wikimedia Commons According to the California Judicial Council you have about a one in three chance your case will go to trial.  In 2018, ..read more
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Last month a California Court of Appeals clarified that a property owner facing eminent domain is only required to prove partial loss of ..read more
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When things go wrong on a construction project it’s often a scramble of finger pointing. In McMillin Homes Construction, Inc. v. ..read more
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In a straightforward case, but one with widespread applicability today, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals held that rooftop installation of ..read more
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Years ago I recommended to a client that we hire a construction defect expert in a case. The client, a thrifty fellow, responded, “But I ..read more
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A friendly reminder from the folks at the CSLB . . . June 24, 2019 ..read more
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Wikimedia Commons Given the variety of problems that can arise on a construction project, from defects to delays, it’s difficult to draft ..read more
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The Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act (Public Contract Code section 4100 et seq.), also known as the Listing Law, is ..read more
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It’s not uncommon for construction contracts to include indemnity provisions requiring the indemnitor (typically, the lower-tiered party ..read more

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