Breaking Down Calif.’s Ever-Changing ‘Right To Repair’

On Sept. 20, 2002, California Governor Grey Davis signed into law Senate Bill 800 known as the “Right to Repair Act” in response to the building industry’s demands to have an absolute right of repair for construction related deficiencies and the consumer bar’s demands to eliminate the economic loss doctorine.

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Steps to Curb Construction Defect Actions for Homebuilders

The homebuilding and construction industries in California are at a record high in 2017 according to the National Homebuilders Association. Whie there is finallyprosperty and growth for builders, developers and contractors after suffering from the recession of 2008, there is also a growth in construction defect claims.

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Kahana & Feld announces named partner Jason Daniel Feld

Celebrating 10 successful years of practice, Managing Partner Amir M. Kahana, Esq. of Kahana & Feld P.C. (formally Kahana Law), is pleased to announce he has added as name partner Jason Daniel Feld, Esq., expanding client offerings to include insurance defense and bolstering its construction defect and real estate law practice.

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Troubles with FMLA

It’s been almost three decades since the Family and Medical Leave Act became law. Why and how are employers still running afoul of it?

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