Monthly Archives: August 2012

RME/RMO, Section 7031 & Contractor Expert Witness

When you need something quickly do you expect to get it from a government agency? We find ourselves ‘standing up’ for a contractor who needs some ‘active’ defense in keeping his license. We offer an ‘expert’ opinion for a lawyer, … Continue reading

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Graffiti Removal, Business Naming & Limited Liability Company (LLC) Licensing

The sushi master can cut fish thin but the law ‘cuts’ contractor’s regulation even finer. While it may be okay here, it won’t be over there- what’s a contractor to do in navigating this bureaucratic maze? Regulations exist for almost … Continue reading

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HEAT Danger on the Job, Qualifiers & “A” Scope of Work

We ‘heat’ up the discussion with contractors as a warning reminder to stay cool on the job this summer. Another contractor is concerned about what happens if his Qualifier gets thrown ‘under the bus’. A general gets advice on ‘covering’ … Continue reading

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Contractor Rumors, Scams, CSLB Warnings and DUI

Common wisdom says you always consider the source when evaluating a statement, offer or claim. That is doubly wise for consumers who are falling victim to unlicensed contractors making Internet pitches for work. These bad operators muddy the waters for … Continue reading

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