Construction Defects: Does the ‘Right to Repair’ Statute Have Defects of Its Own?

Litigation over a defect in a newly purchased home, between a builder and homeowner, often leads to expensive and large multi-party lawsuits.

Axis Consulting Construction Forum 2013

Date: October 24-25, 2013 Location: San Francisco, CA

Meet Representatives From Over 100 Companies At Upcoming HB Litigation Conferences

Not only are HB Litigation Conferences an excellent way to learn about recent developments that affect the law of the litigations in which you […]

Home Building Legal Issues Symposium to Feature Industry Leaders

Legal and economic issues facing the home building industry will be addressed on March 29 in Washington at the Home Building Industry Legal Issues […]

Construction Law Conferences Feature Judges and In-House Counsel

Legal issues facing the construction industry will be addressed at two programs – one on litigation and the other on broader industry concerns – […]

Judge Berle To Join Judicial Roundtable At Construction Forum

The Hon. Elihu M. Berle, of the L.A. Superior Court Complex Civil Litigation Panel, will be rounding out the panel of significant California construction […]

Two Major California Judges Added To Construction Litigation Forum Faculty

HB Litigation Conferences is pleased to announce that two judges with significant construction litigation experience have agreed to speak at the upcoming Construction Litigation […]

Bremer Whyte’s O’Meara on Wrap Policies

John O’Meara of Bremer, Whyte, Brown and O’Meara presented the subcontractor’s point of view on wrap policies during a panel discussion at the Construction […]

Glucksman on Trends in Construction Defects Litigation

Richard Glucksman of Chapman, Glucksman, Dean, Roeb & Barger, discussed the builder’s point of view during the co-chairs’ opening remarks of the Construction Litigation […]

Kilpatrick on Valuation in Construction Litigation

Construction defects litigation essentially comes down to the market valuation of the foreshortened life of a damaged building, said John Kilpatrick, Ph.D., MRICS, of […]

Martinet on Construction Defects Litigation

What are the differences between how courts on the east coast versus the west coast handle Construction Defects litigation? Ed Martinet of LiMa Solutions has experience working on both coasts and discussed their similarities and differences during the Construction Litigation Leaders' Forum on March 3 in Marina Del Rey, Calif., sponsored by HB Litigation Conferences. Martinet also talks about recent advances in courtroom technology and how attorneys can use them to their advantage.

The Increasingly Adverse Construction Defect Landscape

Jeffrey D. Masters is partner with Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP in Los Angeles, where he defends builders and developers in construction defect disputes, but he primarily serves insureds as insurance coverage counsel. HB talked to Masters from his office in Los Angeles about the drivers behind the Forum and some of what will be addressed. This is what he told us.

Mound Cotton’s Katz on Builders Risk 1

Mark Katz is a partner with Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass in New York. This month he shared his views with HB on […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Excess Carrier Investigations?

Matthew Jacobs Esq. of Jenner & Block LLP in Washington, DC and Owen Shean Esq. of Akerman Senterfitt, Vienna, Va., spoke at HB Litigation […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – The Defendants & Louisiana’s Direct Action Statute

Kay Baxter Esq., Swetman Baxter Massenburg LLC spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update on Nov. 11 in New […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Developing Your Defendant Client’s Story

Leigh Ann Schell, Kuchler Polk Schell Weinter & Richeson spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update on Nov. 11 in […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Pursuing Companies in China

Daniel Harris with Harris & Moure PLLC, Seattle, spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update on Nov. 11 in New […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – How Big is This Going to Be?

Bruce Hallock, PSP, CFCC, VP-Construction Consulting Practice, Marsh USA, spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update on Nov. 11 in […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Remediation Protocol

Bruce Hallock, PSP, CFCC, VP-Construction Consulting Practice, Marsh USA, spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update on Nov. 11 in […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Hazard Modeling

Paul Hinton, VP, NERA Economic Consulting spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update on Nov. 11 in New Orleans.  He […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Considerations for Insurance Policyholders

Matthew Jacobs Esq. of Jenner & Block LLP in Washington, DC and Owen Shean Esq. of Akerman Senterfitt, Vienna, Va., spoke at HB […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Proving Causation

During HB Litigation Conferences’ “Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update” on Nov. 11 in New Orleans, Richard Parent Ph.D., Hung Cheung M.D., Hilarie Bass […]

VIDEO: Chinese Drywall – Identification & Risk Reduction

Russell Nassof Esq., Principal at TRC in Phoenix, spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ “Chinese Drywall Litigation & Insurance Update” on Nov. 11 in New […]

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Construction Defect Litigation & Insurance Subject of Nov. 19 Conference
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Construction Defect Litigation: Delay, Disruption, Collection Claims in Foreclosure, and Contract Disputes Teleconference

Date: February 24, 2009