Section Construction Law


The Construction Law Section addresses the legal aspects of engineering, architecture, and the construction process, and provides Continuing Legal Education (CLE). Section members keep abreast of construction law developments on a variety of topics including delay and impact claims, insurance coverage, and more.

Section Chairs

Matt Haulk
415 453 9433 x110
mhaulk@rflawllp.com

Ralph Rhoades
415 859 3864
RRhoades@tysonmendes.com

Notice
Main County Superior Court

Uniform Local Rules 2

Updated January 1, 2017
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Editor's Introduction
Aug 03, 2017
By Robert Rosborough

Welcome to our August Marin Lawyer. Many of us might be found in exotic locales this time of year; I am often in Marfa, Texas, which no doubt is exotic to many of you (I guess the mountains of the Chihuahuan Desert could count as exotic.) But thanks to the wonders of the internet and email, the Marin Lawyer is still available to all of us.

Aug 03, 2017
By Mee Mee Wong, Executive Director

Would you like to be part of the Marin County Bar Association leadership team? MCBA wants you to apply for an Officer or Board position. Board service is a unique opportunity to give back to your community, hone your leadership skills, and work with fellow board members to deliver valuable benefits to our member organization.

Aug 01, 2017
By Tim Nardell

Easement disputes are common fare for Marin County real estate lawyers. The laws governing easements are fairly well-trodden and well understood. But even these well-trodden paths can lead to surprising results.

June Meeting Recap
Jul 03, 2017
By Dotty LeMieux

“There hasn’t been a lower output for the U.S. Supreme Court since 1865,” Hastings Law Professor Rory Little told the sold-out crowd at the annual Supreme Court review membership luncheon on June 28. So began a lively look at the recently-ended term of a Supreme Court . . .

Jun 30, 2017
By Tim Nardell

Difficult times in our nation’s political life make for interesting questions in constitutional law. Before this past November, who had even heard of the Emoluments Clause or given any thought to the 25th Amendment to the Constitution? In no particular order, with no particular emphasis, here is a handy overview.

President's Message
Jun 05, 2017
By Dorothy Chou Proudfoot

A big thank you to Immediate Past President Larry Strick for arranging for Dr. Larry Brilliant to speak at our May General Membership meeting. I did not know Dr. Brilliant personally; I had only read the Wikipedia summary of his education, experiences, and accomplishments, and I was curious to see how he would inspire us to go outside our comfort zone and do good in the world.