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The Registrar is changing the game for complaints against Arizona contractors *

USA - April 8 2014
Sweeping changes at the Registrar of Contractors have the construction and real estate industries concerned and curious. The Registrar recently…


P3 101—is your local legal team ready to help on a P3 project? *

USA - March 19 2014
For many U.S. construction businesses, the term "P3" may conjure images of "the big catch"—much discussed but rarely seen, at least not at your…

Co-authors: M. Lawrence Brown.


Arizona Supreme Court has the final word—again—on economic loss doctrine *

USA - August 5 2013
Last week, in Sullivan v. Pulte Home Corp., No. CV-12-0419-PR, Arizona's highest court took on a lingering question about the scope of economic loss…


Engler v. Gulf Interstate Eng’g, Inc.: employer liability for contractor employees working away from home *

USA - December 20 2012
In today’s increasingly mobile construction industry, contractors are frequently involved in projects away from their home office.

Co-authors: Nicole Sornsin.


Construction and social media – do you have a plan? *

USA - March 13 2012
At this year’s Arizona State Bar Convention and at the Annual Convention hosted by Associated General Contractors of America, we will be focusing our presentations on social media and its growing impact on the construction industry.

Co-authors: Nicole Sornsin.