Louisville Partners, Angela Richie and Jean Terry, successfully defended their steel fabricator client against a delay claim made by the prime contractor and recovered unpaid contract balances which the prime had refused to pay.
Jean Terry obtained a Temporary Restraining Order against a utility contractor who was trespassing on her client’s private property.
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani has been ranked the #5 construction law firm in the nation by Construction Executive in the magazine's 2020 ranking of The Top 50 Construction Law Firms. Gordon & Rees is the only California-based law firm to rank in the Top 25. Read more
Las Vegas Partner, Robert Schumacher, was selected as Nevada’s "Legal Elite 2020” by Nevada Business magazine. Schumacher was recognized for his expertise in the areas of construction claims & defects, commercial litigation and employer liability. Read more
Los Angeles Partner, Brenda Radmacher, authored an article entitled, "Don't Let the Distance Destroy Your Communication -- Lessons Learned from Arbitration by Zoom,” published by the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law, The Dispute Resolver. The article, in blog format, describes various aspects of remote procedures and provides four key considerations for an effective remote arbitration. Radmacher offers insight on non-verbal communication and successful approach tactics to ensure a smooth remote process. The full article can be found here.
Birmingham Senior Counsel, Stacy Moon, authored an article entitled, "Post-Shutdown Dealings with Owners and Employees," published in the latest edition of DRI’s Construction Law Committee Newsletter, The Critical Path. The article describes the concerns and risks associated in the post-shutdown climate within the construction industry for owners and employees. Owners’ concerns include delays caused by COVID-19, potential employee shortages, and additional exposure to the virus. Employee concerns’ include unemployment compensation and safety on the jobsite. The full article can be found here.
On July 29, 2020, Brenda Radmacher moderated a panel entitled, "In the Pandemic Age: What Does General Counsel Want from Outside Counsel," with the Society of Construction Law – Southern California Region. The webinar featured a panel discussion on how COVID-19 has affected what general counsel wants from outside counsel.
On June 2, 2020, Angela Richie and Associate Angelo DiBartolomeo presented a client webinar entitled, "Lawyers, Guns and Money: What You Need to Know About Defending and Prosecuting Claims Before You Get into a Dispute." A link to the presentation can be found here.
On July 7, 2020, Angela Richie and Associate Chip Clay presented a client webinar entitled, "Livin' on a Prayer: What Due Diligence Do You Need to Do Before You Bid or Start Work?" A link to the presentation can be found here.
On August 27, 2020, Angela Richie and Jean Terry presented a client webinar entitled, "I Can’t Make It on Time: How to Defend and Prosecute Delay and Acceleration Claims." A link to the presentation can be found here.
On August 19, 2020, San Francisco Associate Matthew Peng served as a panelist for the presentation, “California Construction Law Update,” for the Bar Association of San Francisco, Construction Law Section of the Barristers Club. The presentation covered topics on what’s unique about CA construction law; what’s new with CA construction law; and what potential changes are on the horizon. A link to the presentation can be found here.
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