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

B. Scott Douglass
415 297 0796

Matthew Haulk
415 453 9433

Main County Superior Court

Uniform Local Rules 2

Updated January 1, 2017
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Nov 01, 2018
By Robert Rosborough

“Intractable” and “persistent” are two of the many adjectives tossed around when people discuss homelessness. While not the sole reason for homelessness, mental illness is a significant contributor to the intractable and persistent nature of it.

Oct 31, 2018
By Andrew Hening

One of the public’s biggest frustrations related to homelessness is encountering clearly mentally ill individuals living on the street. According to Marin’s 2017 Homeless Point-in-Time Count, a staggering 70% of people experiencing chronic homelessness in Marin report having some type of psychiatric or emotional challenge.

President's Message
Oct 31, 2018
By Thomas S. Brown

Every year the Judges’ Luncheon is one of the most highly anticipated and well-attended events of the MCBA year. One would not think that the announcement of judicial assignments would be such an entertaining or informative event, but Presiding Judge Paul Haakenson managed to enliven the crowd this year as he revealed the new assignments of his colleagues with just the right amount of humor and fanfare in his clever digital presentation.

Oct 30, 2018
By Marin County Supervisor Damon Connolly, District 1, San Rafael

As lawyers, our jobs can involve clients who need community services along with their legal services. When such issues come up, you will be happy to know there is a website that lists resources to connect someone to vital services in Marin County.

Oct 29, 2018
By Marin Lawyer

The Marin Lawyer recently sat down with MCBA member Brian Washington, Marin County Counsel.

October Member Luncheon
Oct 29, 2018
By Mary Sackett

The October 24th MCBA sold-out Judges' Luncheon was a show not to be missed. Judge Haakenson reported on developments at the Marin County Courts, announced the judicial assignments for next year, shared entertaining highlights of each of his colleagues (eliciting a few groans along with the laughter at his puns), and displayed his considerable movie making skills.