|The Berding & Weil Approach to Managing Defects in Buildings |
Why litigation may not always be your first choice
|Why We Try Cases |
An Interview with the Trial Attorneys at Berding & Weil
|Attorney Fees in California Construction Defect Cases |
What Clients Should Know about Fee Contracts, Referral Fees, And Professional Ethics
|Get the Facts Out Now! |
Early preparation of a construction defect claim can produce quicker results
|Good Legal Advice or Confidence Game? You Decide|
|The Mediator's View |
An Interview with Jonathan Margolis
|Did You Already Blow the Statute of Limitations? |
The Effect of Title 7 on a Community Association's Right to Sue for Construction Defects
|What You Don't Know |
When do Statutes of Limitation begin to run on Construction Claims?
|When Your CC&Rs Hate You |
Or, How Developer Protections in Governing Documents Work to Block Association Defect Claims
|A Wakeup Call |
Failed Balcony Railing Causes near Fatal Injuries
|The Berkeley Balcony Tragedy |
More Inspections Aren't Enough
|The Condo Conversion Budget |
How do you learn the Truth?
|Condominium Conversion |
Old Apartment or New Development?
|Negligent Condo Conversion? |
Is the Converter Liable for Failing to Properly Assemble the Parts of a New Community?
|The Myth of Public Agency protection in the Building Permit Process|
|Surety Bonds |
Protection for the Owner Before the Work Starts
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