In this issue:
More Relief For Business Owners: The Consolidated Appropriations Act

As 2020 (finally) comes to a close and we turn the page to 2021, it is worth reviewing some of the upcoming changes in affecting the construction industry and those who work in it.   COVID-19 Exposure Notices to Employees Under AB 685, employers are required to provide written notice to employee who may have…

In this issue:
Congress Poised to Pass Long-Awaited COVID-19 Relief Bill that incudes Additional Funding for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans

2020 presented California employers with unprecedented challenges including an onslaught of fast-moving protocols and obligations arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. 2021 will bring new challenges, some but not all of which are tied to the pandemic. With ongoing stay-at-home and other public health instructions, supplemental sick leave laws, federal COVID-19 paid sick leave obligations, and…

In this issue:
Cal/Osha Issues New Emergency Covid-19 Regulations

In this issue:
California Provides New Emergency Relief to Businesses
Tax Relief for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
$500 Million for New COVID Relief Grant for Small Businesses
Increase Funding for the California Rebuilding Fund by $12.5 Million

California’s contracting licensure laws are some of the most complicated and burdensome in the country.  They require licensure for general contracting, general engineering contracting, and specialty contracting work.  Further, negligent or unintentional technical violations of certain statutes can result in automatic suspensions of the license by operation of law.  Additionally, the potential penalties for performing…

Dunn DeSantis Walt & Kendrick is proud to once again be named one of the nation’s “Best Law Firms” by U.S. World Report and Best Lawyers in America®. The firm was honored in the prestigious Metropolitan Tier 1, San Diego, in the areas of Legal Malpractice Law – Defendants and Professional Malpractice Law – Defendants….

Lien rights are important to contractors.  When all else fails, foreclosing on a lien can be the only way to get paid.  But contractors make mistakes – injuring their lien rights – every day.  Consequently, the importance of understanding and complying with the legal requirements and deadlines to perfect a construction lien cannot be overstated….

In construction contracts, the insurance requirements are often some of the most important provisions in the entire contract.  The requirements can sometimes be confusing, or worse contradictory.  On occasion, the contract may purport to require coverages that are unobtainable in the marketplace.  The best practice in all circumstances is to work with a licensed insurance…

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