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personal decisions in the management of their legal affairs.
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We represent property owners, general contractors, subcontractors, construction material suppliers, equipment rental companies, and others involved in the construction process in the resolution of disputes ranging from construction defect claims to the enforcement of mechanics' liens and stop notices.
Our commitment to successfully resolving construction disputes requires resources, knowledge, and skill beyond the scope of the average commercial enterprise. For instance, contractors must not only comply with laws that apply generally to all businesses, but must comply with additional laws and regulations which apply only to licensed contractors. Some of the regulations and laws unique to the construction industry are well known, but others are not and may have expensive consequences if overlooked or misunderstood by an inexperienced attorney.Resources contain articles on this topic.
Our practice includes litigation and arbitration on a wide variety of employment matters, including wage and hour disputes, sexual harassment claims, discrimination claims, work place investigations, employee benefit disputes, employment contract disputes, wrongful terminations, severance agreements, and employee discipline.Resources contain articles on this topic.
Buying, selling, leasing, building, or renovating real estate involves a myriad of legal considerations. Most real estate transactions are handled successfully without the need for legal assistance; however, if you are considering a real estate transaction, before you enter into a contract, take advantage of our free initial consultations to determine whether or not we can help you detect and avoid legal pitfalls.Resources contain articles on this topic.
We consult with our clients to determine whether a sole proprietorship, partnership, joint venture, corporation, or limited liability company is best suited for their business. Once the determination is made as to the best type of business entity, we can form the business entity and provide ongoing advice and services to maintain the entity in good legal standing.Resources contain articles on this topic.
We represent licensed contractors and property owners before the California Contractors’ State License Board in administrative proceedings.Resources contain articles on this topic.
Contracts are designed to shift the risk of liability between the parties to the contract. Sometimes the liability risks are obvious, sometimes they are not. If you are considering entering into a contract take advantage of the opportunity to sit down with one our attorneys for a free initial consultation before you sign on the bottom line.Resources contain articles on this topic.
Sometimes the best way to resolve a dispute is not to file a lawsuit, but to submit the dispute to mediation or arbitration. Our attorneys have years of successful experience with mediation and arbitration.Resources contain articles on this topic.