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Catching up with winding down: the status of California redevelopment successor agencies

USA - February 15 2013 Successor agencies to California's dissolved Redevelopment Agencies ("RDAs") continue to wind down the operations of the former RDAs under the…

Co-authors: Paul C. Levin, Robert C. Herr.


New CA law refines law about who is a "contractor" to bolster consumer protection

USA - January 22 2013 Assembly Bill 2237, which took effect January 1, 2013, confirms that anyone, including a consultant to an owner-builder, who provides or oversees…

Co-authors: Amy L. Pierce, Robert A. James.


Shutting down the construction project

USA - August 28 2012 When trouble, in the form of adverse changes in financial conditions or the property marketing environment, strikes during the period between construction contract signing and completion of procurement and construction activities, the developer often will have to consider taking the course of action that will maximize value for all stakeholders.

Co-authors: Amy L. Pierce, Robert A. James.


Shutting down the construction project

USA - August 23 2012 Trouble, in the form of adverse changes in financial conditions or the property marketing environment, sometimes strikes urban real estate development projects during the period between construction contract signing and completion of procurement and construction activities.

Co-authors: Amy L. Pierce, Robert A. James.


California's post redevelopment agency landscape

USA - March 6 2012 On December 29, 2011, the California Supreme Court upheld legislation that fundamentally changes redevelopment law in California.

Co-authors: Paul C. Levin, Robert C. Herr.

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