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Insurance: Evidence of Duty to Defend

September 11th, 2014

The Court of Appeal of California, in North Counties Engineering, Inc. v. State Farm General Insurance Co., recently issued a significant opinion finding that statements and notes made by an insurance company’s employee can be used as evidence that an insurance company has a duty to defend its policyholder in a lawsuit.

Authenticating Web Evidence

August 27th, 2014

by Christina Lincoln With the Internet now saturating everyday life, it is hard to believe that only 15 years ago a federal court in Texas classified Internet evidence as “voodoo information” that was “inherently untrustworthy” and impossible to authenticate. United … read more

Why Construction Delays Cost Money

August 6th, 2014

Time is a critical resource in construction, as in “time is money.” In construction contracts, contractors must budget their resources, including labor, materials, equipment, supervision and overhead expenses, so they can realize an anticipated profit by the projected completion date.

Put It In Writing

May 7th, 2014

BRIAN MORROW, P.E., ESQ NEWMEYER & DILLION Claims against the Georgia DOT for increased material costs are denied due to failure to comply with claim-notice requirements. Contract provisions in most standard construction industry contracts include claims and notice procedures and … read more

Unsteady Ground

April 12th, 2014

Site conditions that differ from what the contractor expects — including subsurface soil conditions — is one of the biggest risks for many contractors.

Mortgage Banking Magazine: Bay Equity Super Sizes Loans

July 26th, 2012

A mortgage lending firm based in the San Francisco Bay  Area is finding it helps to be creative when originating  jumbo loans today. The jumbo wasteland is a tricky place to navigate. By George Adair The Greek philosopher Aristotle is generally … read more

National Mortgage Professional: Building a Social Media Fan Base from Scratch

July 1st, 2012

Building a Social Media Fan Base from Scratch By Genevieve Anton  The mere act of putting up a social media site does not guarantee traffic. You can create a killer business page on Facebook, post every day and even get … read more

Builder News: California’s Silicon Valley Economic Outlook is Encouraging

May 26th, 2012

California’s Silicon Valley Economic Outlook is Encouraging; Market Ready for Home Building   By Jason Kliewer of Trumark Homes   The Silicon Valley housing market is becoming a bright spot for California, which continues to suffer from high unemployment and … read more

Orange County Lawyer: How to Find, Manage and Coach the Right Expert Witness

March 26th, 2012

“How to Find, Manage and Coach the Right Expert Witness for Your Real Estate Development Case” By Barry Gross, President of Developer’s Research and David Parr, a founding partner of the law firm Palmieri, Tyler, Wiener, Wilhelm and Waldron LLP … read more

National Mortgage Professional: Broker to Banker

January 11th, 2012

Broker to Banker: The Advantages to Mortgage Brokers By David Hardin Director of Retail Operations Bay Equity Home Loans Change. Few words in the English language evoke such equal and opposite feelings—of both dread and excitement. Rapid and relentless, everyday change … read more

 
 

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