Our firm is fully operational, working remotely from home using technology, with only essential staff rotating in the office. We are willing and able to help our clients with all of their construction and property law needs during this period of uncertainty. These are unprecedented times that require dedication and creative solutions for litigating and resolving disputes with little access to the courts. We are able to successfully navigate new filings, discovery, depositions, mediations and arbitrations as we await the opening of the courts.

Category: Construction

Understanding Construction Litigation in Los Angeles County: Insights from the Law Offices of Alan J. Carnegie, APC

Construction Litigation in Los Angeles County

In the bustling urban landscape of Los Angeles County, the construction industry stands as a cornerstone of growth and development. However, with rapid expansion comes the increased potential for disputes and legal challenges. The Law Offices of Alan J. Carnegie, APC, with its deep-rooted expertise in construction litigation, offers a beacon of guidance for those embroiled in construction-related legal…

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Navigating Construction Litigation in Calabasas, California

Construction Litigation in Calabasas

In the bustling construction landscape of Calabasas, California, legal disputes are an unfortunate, yet often inevitable part of the process. At the Law Offices of Alan J. Carnegie, APC, we specialize in guiding clients through the complexities of construction litigation. Our expertise in this field ensures that your legal rights and interests are protected in any construction-related dispute. Understanding Construction…

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Finding the Right Construction Litigation Attorney in Los Angeles County

Construction Litigation Attorney in Los Angeles County

When it comes to navigating the complexities of construction litigation in Los Angeles County, you need an attorney who has the expertise to protect your interests. At the Law Offices of Alan J. Carnegie, APC, we specialize in this particular legal arena and can guide you through every aspect of construction litigation, from contract disputes to construction defect claims. Why…

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What Happens When a Contractor Does Not Get Paid?

construction law

A contractor works with the customer on the basis of a written contract. The contractor has an obligation to complete the project according to the specifications in the agreement and building standards. The customer must pay them as the contract dictates. The contractor’s remedies for nonpayment depend on when it occurs. If the contractor has completed the job, they…

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Disagreements Over Construction Contracts

Both parties to a construction contract have rights and obligations. At some point during the construction process, and even afterward, there may be disputes between the parties. These disagreements can often head to court, but they can also be resolved without litigation.  When the builder disagrees with the customer, it is almost always over money. The customer will have…

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Contractor and Subcontractor Disputes

Los Angeles Construction Law

Like every other construction disagreement, a dispute between contractors and subcontractors usually comes down to money and performance. Contractors may take issue with the subcontractor’s performance on the job, while the subcontractor may complain that they have not been paid by the contractor. These disputes can delay the overall construction job. Dissatisfied subcontractors may walk off the job, leaving…

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Common Construction Disputes

Construction Disputes

Construction of any structure is a complex process that is often subject to changes in conditions along the way. Construction is also strictly governed by a contract between the two parties. If one party is not following the contract, there may be possible litigation. Here are some reasons for construction disputes. One of the main grounds for complaint is…

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Proving Design Malpractice after a Construction Project

Calabasas Construction Lawyer

New construction is not always smooth and hassle-free. Some clients will begin to experience problems as soon as the project is turned over, and they grow worse over time. The problem may have even been in the design of the project. This is where you can take legal action against the builder or architect for design malpractice. Was the…

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