• Client Owed Money on Two Public Works Projects: General contractor denies receipt of payment from owner, subsequently pays amount owed plus additional attorneys’ fees

    We represented the plaintiff, a concrete subcontractor, who had completed work on two public works projects for the defendant, a general contractor.

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  • Client’s Contract Terminated before Work Completed on Restaurant Build-Out: Tenant Claims Delay by Client Justified Hiring Replacement Contractor to Finish Work; Jury Verdict in Favor of Client

    We represented the plaintiff, a general contractor, who had furnished labor and materials in the build-out of a shopping center restaurant in Mesa, Arizona.

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  • Client Owed Money on Public Works Projects: General Contractor Denies Claim, and Alleges that Client Breached Contract by Stopping Work; Arbitrator Awards Client Amount Owed

    We represented the plaintiff, a subcontractor, who had done work on three public works projects for the defendant, a general contractor.

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  • Client Sued by Homebuilder for Poor Workmanship on Custom Home Project: Defective Concrete Alleged; Client Contends that Prior Subcontractor was at Fault; Jury Finds in Favor of Client

    We represented the defendant in this construction dispute case. Our client, a concrete contractor, was sued by a custom homebuilder for allegedly poor workmanship in the installation of colored concrete patios on an $850,000 custom home in Scottsdale.

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  • Client’s Contract Terminated Before Job Finished: Court Rules in Client’s Favor, Awards Attorney Fees

    We represented the subcontractor in this case. Our client agreed to install an epoxy floor system in an industrial building that was being remodeled as part of a multi-million dollar corporate park project in north Phoenix.

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  • Contractor Stops Work on Store Improvements for Non-Payment: Suit Filed Against Shopping Center Owner to Recover Balance Due

    Our client, a general contractor, entered into a contract to renovate a closed grocery store and adjacent store space for the owner of a Phoenix shopping center. The work involved demolition, interior and storefront improvements, and electrical upgrades.

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  • Too-Steep Slope Causes Clients’ Dream House to Move; Home Builder Required to Perform Corrective Work to Avoid Catastrophic Failure

    This dispute involved a house that moved. Our clients, a retired couple, purchased a new home from a national homebuilder. The house was located at the end of the street, atop a hill with panoramic views of the city below.

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  • The Longest Mile - Nearly a Mile of Curbs and Gutters Removed and Replaced

    The dispute in this case involved nearly a mile of improperly installed concrete curbs and gutters in an upscale residential development. We represented the contractor who installed the curbs and gutters.

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  • Electrical Contractor Not Paid for Installation of Traffic Control Devices: Bonding Company Green-Lights Payments After Bond Claims Made; Client Collects $462,000

    Our client, an electrical subcontractor, was owed money for work performed on three public-works projects. The work involved the installation of traffic control devices, traffic control cabinets, light poles, and other electrical and traffic-related...

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