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Leading Oregon Defective
Law Firm

Our team recovers fair compensation on behalf of homeowners and commercial property owners for defective construction. 

Building a House

Construction Defect

Our firm has an extensive background in commercial and residential construction law. We have represented contractors, subcontractors, homeowners, landowners and commercial property owners in all stages of construction projects. Our thorough understanding of construction law helps us obtain the best result for clients involved in damaging disputes over a myriad of construction defects including claims involving 

faulty windows, ​code violations, water intrusion, settling and settlement, dry rot, compaction, and many others. 

Our firm conducts a thorough cost analysis to determine the advantage of achieving a resolution through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or trial. We have access to an extensive network of industry experts, including mold specialists, architects, engineers and plumbers. We work directly with them to effectively prepare every case for trial.

Our Team

Kelly McCann, Esq.​

Kelly McCann's practice is focused primarily on real estate and construction. With a unique background as a construction manager and real estate analyst, Kelly is considered the go-to expert for anything ...

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The general rule in the United States is that neither the winner nor the looser to a lawsuit may recover their attorney fees from the other side. However, there are two exceptions, which are frequently enable a homeowner to recover their attorney fees from a contractor: contractual attorney fee recovery and the Unlawful Trade ... 

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Retail leasing generally focuses on three considerations: (1) the importance of location; (2) the need to develop legal protection from competition while preserving the synergy arising from the co-existence of retail tenants; and (3) the need to use the space to enhance the business of the tenant rather than to provide housing. Additionally, the landlord ...

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Portland, Oregon 97209