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  1. Contracts: 34%
  2. Commercial Real Estate: 33%
  3. Construction: 33%

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Seyfarth Shaw Attorneys LLP

560 Mission Street, Suite 3100

San Francisco, CA, 94105-2930

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
CAInactive197311/19/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
State Bar of CaliforniaMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
Associated General Contractors of California Legal Brief,“Surety Bad Faith: It’s Back,”1997
California Constructor“Avoiding Claims: The Secret Weapon ... Common Sense,”1997
13th Annual Real Property Institute“Minimizing Real Property Liabilities: Construction,”1996
Regents of the University of California for the Continuing Education of the BarApproaching Construction Disputes1996
UnknownProject Partnering: Back To The Future,”1995
CM Magazine“The 1990’s: A Different World for Construction Lawyers,”1995
San Francisco Attorney“Alternative Dispute Resolution: Turning the Theoretical into Reality,”1995
Associated General Contractors of California“Attorneys Fees: Ways to Tame the Monster,”1995
Associated General Contractors of California Legal Brief“Legislative Changes to Mechanics’ Lien, Stop Notice, and Payment Bond Rights,”1995
Associated General Contractors of California Legal Brief,“New Lien Waiver Amendments (Civil Code 3262),”1994
John A. Wiley and SonsConstruction Change Order Claims1994
Associated General Contractors of California“Partnering,”1993
Associated General Contractors of California“California Tests Boundaries Of Criminal Liability For Workplace Safety,”1992
Associated General Contractors of California“How Contractors Lose Claims,”1992
The Construction Contractor,“A Practical Guide To The Intersection Of Construction Law And Environmental Law - Par II,”1992
Associated General Contractors of California Legal Brief“The Halbert’s Case: A Dilemma For The Construction Industry,”1992
Associated General Contractors of California Legal Brief“Partnering - A Better Way,”1992
John A. Wiley and SonsThe Construction Contractor’s Handbook of Business and Law1992
John A. Wiley and SonsConstruction Litigation: Representing the Owner1990
Associated General Contractors of California“Legal Trends Affecting Labor In The 90’s,”N/A
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of San Francisco School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1973
University of California - Los AngelesN/AN/A1966
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Federal PublicationsChanges and Claims in Government Construction1997
Federal PublicationsChanges and Claims in Government Construction1996
13th Annual Real Property Institute“Minimizing Real Property Liabilities: Construction,”1996
Real Property Section, State Bar of California,“Partnering: A New Approach To Homeowner Association Defect Claims,”1995
General Services Administration, Region IX,Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Practical Alternative for Resolving Construction Disputes1995
Construction Law Seminar, Law Seminars International“Project Partnering: Back To The Future,”1995
Board of Directors of the Associated General Contractors of CaliforniaDomar: Is It the New Direction for Affirmative Action or a Dead End?1995
Associated General Contractors of California Seminar“Attorneys Fees: Ways to Tame the Monster,”1995
Associated General Contractors of California Seminar“Performing on Public Works Jobs: Now That I’ve Got a Job, How Do You Expect Me to Make a Profit,”1994
American Society of Professional EstimatorsThe New Subcontract Forms of the Associated General Contractors of California1994
American Society of Civil EngineersPartnering, Hard to Believe, But It Works1994
California Department of Real Estate“ADR - Alternative To What?,”1993
Associated General Contractors of California Seminar“Partnering,”1993
Tax and Fiscal Affairs Committee and Insurance and Bonds Committee of Associated General Contractors of California“Halbert’s: A Dilemma for the Construction Industry,”1992
ssociated General Contractors of California Seminar,“How Contractors Lose Claims,”1992
ssociated General Contractors of California Seminar,“Use and Abuse Of The Bidding Process: Public Contracts, Private Projects, And Sub-Bids,”1991
Construction Litigation SuperconferenceTargeting Construction Claims By The Contractor Against The Owner1989
Construction Litigation SuperconferenceLitigation Of A Construction Project That Involves a Foreign-Based Owner, Contractor or Subcontractor1988
Real Property Law Section, State Bar of California,“Construction Law - Owner Protection From Construction Claims,”1987
Associated General Contractors of California“Claims And Changes - Pitfall Or Profit,”1985

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