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Arter & Hadden

5 Park Plz Ste 1000
Irvine, CA, 92614-8528


ILNot Authorized To Practice Law - Not Currently Registered,Has Not Demonstrated Required MCLE Compliance198411/12/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Structural EngineerLegal Counsel Q & A2006
CMAA Legal & Legislative NewsletterWhen is a Change Order Final2006
Structural EngineerLegal Counsel Q & A2005
Structural EngineerLegal Counsel Q & A2004
Construction Management AdvisorContracts Can Support the CMs Leadership Role2004
Construction Management AdvisorSeismic Upgrade Field Act Requirements2004
Structural EngineerLegal Counsel Q & A2003
Construction Management AdvisorWhen Is A Change Order Final?2003
Daily Pacific BuilderLaw Firm Records a Major Victory2002
Structural EngineerLegal Counsel Q & A2002
Structural EngineerCalifornia Supreme Court Rules that Public Contracts Cannot be Abandoned2002
Builder & Developer MagazineA Landmark Decision - The California Supreme Court Issues a Decision Affecting Building Contractors and the Theory of Contract Abandonment2002
UnknownDesign-Build - False Prophecy of a Claims-Free Benefit?2002
UnknownSupreme Court Overturns Appellate Court Ruling on Contract Abatement2002
Structural EngineerTermination: Is It Worth It?2002
Structural EngineerClaim Exposure for Building Associated Illnesses2002
Structural EngineerUnderstanding Liquidated Damages2001
Structural EngineerConstruction Claims: Part Two - When is a Change Order Final?2001
Structural EngineerTerrorist Attacks and Insurance2001
Structural EngineerConstruction Claims: Part One - Contractual Obligation, Documentation, Negotiation, Resolution2001
Structural EngineerLicensing and the Design-Build Process2001
Structural EngineerAlternate Dispute Resolution - Knowing and Understanding Your Contract Provisions2001
Structural EngineerExtent of Responsibility: Exposure Beyond Employment2001
Structural EngineerResolving Claims: A Project Engineer's Role2001
Structural EngineerThe Paper Chase: Exposure to Change Orders2001
Structural EngineerTechnology and the Standard of Care2001
Structural EngineerManaging Risk - How to be Profitable2001
Structural EngineerProfessional Liability - Covering Your Bases2001
Structural EngineerMalpractice Defense Measures2000
Structural EngineerObservation or Supervision? - Responsibility on a Job Site2000
Daily Pacific BuilderLaw Firm Records A Major Victory2000
Structural EngineerCrossing the Line: A Moral Victory Without Precedent2000
Builder & Developer MagazineDesign-Build: False Prophecies or Claims-Free Benefit?2000
Builder & Developer MagazineAllocating Risk Properly In Construction Projects2000
UnknownAppellate Court Delivers Public Entities a Blow2000
Structural EngineerJoining Forces - The Grim Reality of Some Mergers and Acquisitions2000
Structural EngineerThe Paperless Project - Potential Liabilities2000
Structural EngineerPerformance Specifications - Issues and Problems2000
Structural EngineerControlling Today's Costs on Yesterday's Projects2000
Structural EngineerMediation - Guidelines for Resolving Disputes2000
Structural EngineerAllocating Risk - Guidelines for Preparing Documents2000
San Diego Union TribuneA Major Hurdle for California's Hospitals2000
Structural EngineerProtecting Your Legal Rights in Contracts2000
Real Estate Finance JournalDesign-Build: Is It a False Prophecy?2000
UnknownHow to Control Today's Costs for Yesterday's Projects2000
Builder & Developer MagazineAllocating Risk Properly in Construction Projects1999
UnknownCan Blue Do Better? Tips on How the New Transit Line Can Avoid MTA's Construction Woes1999
Daily Pacific BuilderAllocating Risk Properly in Construction Projects1999
UnknownHow to Control Today's Costs for Yesterday's Project (Part II)1999
Builder & Developer MagazineHow to Control Today's Costs for Yesterday's Project1999
UnknownJoining Forces - Mergers Can Create Stronger Firms, or Alphabet Soup1998
UnknownFundamental Changes - Cost Overruns on Public Projects Call for Course Corrections1998
UnknownQ & A: The Dilemma of Cost Overruns on Public Projects1998
Real Estate Finance JournalHomilies for Successful Mediation1998
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Pepperdine University School of LawLawJD - Juris DoctorN/A
DePaul UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of ArtsN/A