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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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On December 7, 2016, Troy Clark, from our Las Vegas Office, obtained a defense verdict in a trial arising out of a disputed adoption.  The firm represented a child adoption agency being defended by Adoption Assistance Agency (AAA).   Plaintiffs’ alleged damages based on negligence and fraudulent misrepresentations in connection with the adoption process. The trial...
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Congratulations to Keith G. Bremer, Nicole Whyte, John V. O’Meara and John H. Toohey for their selection to the list of Super Lawyers in California for 2017. Less than five percent of the attorneys in the State are named to this exclusive list. Attorneys are nominated by their peers and then selected through an independent...
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Please join us in congratulating Kere on both the feature and her accomplishment! To read the entire Los Angeles Daily Journal article, click through to the link. https://gallery.mailchimp.com/…/Kere_Tickner_Daily_Journal.… “All I remember is staring at my black Nike hat sloshing back and forth in the water in the canoe at my feet and thinking, ‘Man, I...
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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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By: Jeremy Johnson & Sean Willet At Bremer Whyte, we advise clients often on the pros, cons and important factors of navigating through the process of arbitration.  In June of this year, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District decided Rice v. Downs,[1] providing an important reminder of the need for careful...
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