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Smart Contracts: The New Code on the Block

Kaitlyn A. Jensen

If you’re familiar with the concept of blockchain technology, you probably associate it with the high-tech world of computer science and cryptocurrencies, not the practice of law. Blockchain emerged in 2008 as the cutting edge platform supporting the digital currency Bitcoin. But recent trends in blockchain development are demonstrating an increasing need for legal professionals who understand the technology well … Continue reading

LGP Recognized as one of San Diego’s Top Lawyers

We are proud to announce that our San Diego (Poway) office has been recognized in this year’s San Diego Magazine as one of San Diego’s Top Lawyers in the area of Construction Defect Litigation.

WHOOPS, I FORGOT TO READ THE CC&RS IN MY RUSH TO SUE SOMEONE – DEVELOPING DEFENSES IN ASSOCIATION ACTIONS BASED ON THE BRANCHES NEIGHBORHOOD DECISION

In the rush to get lawsuits filed, many plaintiffs’ attorneys try to push a lawsuit through a homeowner association’s board of directors without regard to the procedural requirements in the covenants, conditions, and restrictions (“CC&Rs”). Such attorneys probably thought compliance with the inconvenient formal requirements of the CC&Rs, such as amassing an association wide membership vote to approve pursuing litigation, … Continue reading

Climbing the Ladder of Success at LGP

LGP is proud to announce that four Attorney’s in our office are taking on new roles in our Partnership To view the full article, please click here

LGP Welcomes Robert Titus As Its Newest Partner

LGP WELCOMES ROBERT TITUSAS ITS NEWEST PARTNER We are pleased to announce that Robert B. Titus, formerly associated with Zurich North America, has joined our firm as a Partner in our Southern California office. He brings with him his top-notch legal team which includes attorney Dana Duncan and attorney Julie Testa. Ms. Duncan will head a litigation team in our … Continue reading

Drones: Milestones and Unknowns

Kaitlyn A. Jensen

Drones are now more accessible than ever. Despite their specialized beginnings as exclusive military aircraft, drones have evolved into a staple of modern technology, influencing farming, film, and delivery services such as the eagerly awaited “Amazon Air.” They even found a successful consumer niche, becoming one of the most popular Christmas gifts of 2017. Amidst these exciting advancements, the construction … Continue reading

Congratulations to Bruce Lorber on WCC Legends of an Era 2018 Award!

We are happy to announce that Bruce Lorber was honored with the prestigious West Coast Casualty Legends of an Era Award for 2018. This award recognizes his career achievements and professional success representing developers in construction litigation. His family was present to share in the ceremony and his comments shared the appreciation for the recognition as well as the individuals … Continue reading

Don’t Miss Our Speakers at the 2018 WCC Construction Defect Seminar

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Thomas Olsen and Kaitlyn Jensen published in CLM Magazine

We are pleased to share that Partner Tom Olsen and Associate Kaitlyn Jensen have published an article in the CLM Construction Claims Magazine titled “BadaBing, Bada Building Boom: Much of today’s raging Northwest construction activity is based on essential digital instruments that can  help defense counsel if played well.” Click Here to view the article

Fee Shifting Returns For Subsequent Purchaser Implied Warranty Claims In Arizona

Arizona’s rules for homeowner fee recovery have changed again due to the decision of Sirrah Enterprises, LLC v. Wunderlich (http://www.azcourts.gov/Portals/0/OpinionFiles/Supreme/2017/CV-16-0156-PR%20Opinion.pdf) wherein the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that homeowners pursuing claims based in implied warranty may now recover fees whether or not they are original parties to the contract. In 1984 Arizona recognized and defined a special implied warranty right which … Continue reading