If you aren't doing anything on Wenesday, 10 April 2013, and you'll be in the San Diego area, I invite you to join me for lunch. I have been invited to present at the next Lunch+LEED seminar, hosted by my friends at the San Diego Green Building Council. You may recall that last September I … Continue reading Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control – An SDGBC Lunch+LEED Event
From the San Diego 6 News Desk: District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis Friday announced a $3.3 million settlement of a civil consumer protection action against three tuna-packing companies over the amount of tuna in cans. Wait, what? Tuna is often packed in water, oil and vegetable broth, and the amount of tuna relative to additional ingredients … Continue reading Rest easy: Tuna can lawsuit finally settled…
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite economic troubles, construction defect litigation endures and in some areas appears to be growing, according to Tom Hagy, CEO of HB Litigation Conferences.
A nationally recognized forensic construction expert and developer of the Quality Built
Mediator Ron White on a recent California SB800 construction defect matter, and implications for both contractual and statutory pre-litigation procedures: In Anders