Archive for the ‘Consumer’ Category

February 7th, 2012 - 6:55 am § in Bonds & Surety, Collection, Consumer

Save A Legal Fee: How To Investigate A Contractor’s Bond

  I frequently am contacted by potential clients – and existing clients – to perform simple legal tasks. While I say “legal tasks” perhaps I really mean tasks that may potentially require legal investigation if you don’t know how to get the information yourself. So[...]

March 25th, 2010 - 8:13 am § in Construction Liability, Consumer, Warranties

Implied Warranty of Habitability Gets Look in Washington Appeals Court

Our friends over at the Washington Construction Law Blog are reporting on one of their very own cases this morning. It caught our interest, as it discusses the current state of the implied warranty of habitability in Washington state. Davis Wright & Tremaine attorney Alan Middleton writes that o[...]