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Results & Verdicts

On December 9, Tyler Offenhauser from our Newport Beach office, obtained an Arbitration Award in favor of subcontractors in an arbitrated case regarding interpretation of an indemnity agreement. After 70 days of arbitration, the Arbitrator made rulings as to fault for construction defects for both the General Contractor as it relates to the Owner, and...
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Bremer Whyte obtains complete defense verdict on behalf of San Diego homeowners Association and its Board of Directors. In a case titled Carmel Cove Homeowners Association v. Kelli Fuller, Kere Tickner and John Gottlieb represented a homeowners association and five (5) individual Board Members on a cross-claim for breach of fiduciary duty, retaliation and conflicts...
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SIRRAH ENTERPRISES LLC. v. WAYNE AND JACQUELINE WUNDERLICH “Relying on the lineage of cases establishing Arizona’s implied warranty or workmanship and habitability (“IWWH”), Lofts held that the IWWH is imposed at law—without regard to the parties’ contractual relationship—by virtue of the act of construction itself. Therefore, did the Court of Appeals err in creating an exception to Sullivan in...
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On October 20, 2016, the deadline to petition certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals passed, meaning that the ruling in Sierra Pacific v. Bradbury stands. This effectively confirms that Colorado’s six-year statute of repose begins once a subcontractor’s scope of work is substantially complete, irrespective of the status of the overall project. This decision...
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Congratulations to Anthony Garasi, Kerry O’Brien and the entire Las Vegas office for an outstanding victory at trial! The case involved a motor vehicle accident in which Plaintiff’s counsel asked the jury for a total judgment in the amount of $500,000.00, however, when the jury returned from deliberation they issued a verdict of $33,000 for...
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In what originally seemed to be an unending spiral of unfortunate and tragic circumstances, our excellent team of attorneys in our Las Vegas office was able to turn the worst of circumstances into a win on behalf of our client. In Quintana v. Outdoor Promotions, Inc. (Clark County District Court Case No. A-15-724693-C), our client...
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Troy A. Clark obtained a defense verdict after a ten day trial where Plaintiff was asking the jury for $39,936,868.72. An 11 year old minor entered a marked crosswalk in the morning of November 22, 2011 against a red traffic light. Plaintiff was rendered into a vegetative state as a result of the accident. Plaintiff...
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After 7 days of trial, Newport Beach attorney Keith Bremer convinced the jury in Rodarte v. Alta Dena (LASC Case No. BC513096) to unanimously rule in favor of their client, Defendant Alta Dena. Mr. Rodarte alleged that he slipped on a banana peel in the parking lot of Alta Dena located in Whittier, California. It...
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In a landmark case, Nevada Partner, Karen M. Baytosh represented the defendants in Columbia Channel Gold Mining Company v. Kubich Lumber Company. Plaintiff Columbia Channel Gold Mining Company claimed that timber harvesting performed for more than 15 years, violated California government regulations. Baytosh argued that, among other things, the California Fire Inspectors signed a Director’s...
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