At Daley & Heft, we specialize in providing representation in construction and real estate law to both private and public agency clients. In addition to defending public agencies in claims brought by contractors, we have extensive experience in working with public agencies to recover costs associated with repairing defectively designed or constructed public works. We have represented developers, contractors and subcontractors in traditional construction defect litigation. We are also adept in analyzing and resolving complex insurance coverage and contractual indemnity issues that inevitably arise from such disputes.
Daley & Heft provides representation in the real estate areas of eminent domain, lease negotiation, landlord/tenant, easements, landslide/subsidence liability, title insurance, encroachments, inverse condemnation, hydrology, zoning, subdivision map act issues, sales contracts and environmental mitigation.
Our construction litigation team has experience working with a multitude of construction trade and specialty sectors, including roofing, framing, lath and plaster, grading, waterproofing and exterior surfaces. Our deep understanding of all aspects of the construction trade allows us to quickly assess the scope of a claim and develop the most effective strategy for an efficient resolution.
Our practice focuses on:
- Construction Contract/Real Estate Disputes
- environmental mitigation
- purchase and sales contracts
- inverse condemnation
- lease negotiation
- title insurance