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Contractor Licensing Issues: How Invalid Licensure Affects Your Right to Contract and Compensation

 

Recognize situations which lead to license law violations and the range of penalties which exist.

Contractor licensing laws are complicated and vary by state. Not only do licensing requirements differ by state, the penalties for license law violations also differ greatly. Those penalties can be onerous. This course is intended to provide a practical primer on contractor licensing concepts and pitfalls. Particular emphasis will be given to common situations where contractors violate license laws and the penalties associated with non-licensure or invalid licensure.

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Robert G. Campbell

Robert G. Campbell

Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

  • Partner in the California law firm of Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP
  • Has practiced construction law for 34 years
  • Clients are project owners, EPC and other prime contractors, construction managers, lenders, subcontractors, and other project participants in disputes ranging broadly in size and sophistication on both public and private works
  • Among the claims categories he resolves are scope of work disputes, design professional liability, delay, acceleration, disruption, productivity, lien and bond enforcement, disputed change orders, defective work, terminations, differing site conditions, licensing, and bid protests
  • Has been recognized as a leading construction lawyer: Who's Who Legal: Construction, 2017-2020; Southern California Super Lawyers, 2012-2020; recommended attorney, real estate - construction, Legal 500 USA, 2017-2019
  • J.D. degree, USC; B.A. degree, UCLA
  • Can be contacted at 310-284-2259 or [email protected]
Trevor B. Potter

Trevor B. Potter

Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

  • Senior associate with the California law firm Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP
  • Experienced construction lawyer and civil litigator
  • Construction litigation practice focuses on representing owners, developers and general contractors in disputes involving delay and cost claims, disputed change orders, mechanic’s liens and stop notices, defective work, licensing and design deficiencies
  • Has litigated construction disputes involving luxury hotels, condominiums, roadway infrastructure, mixed-use residential/retail, large industrial buildings, office projects and custom, single-family homes
  • A member of the Legal Advisory Committee of the California Association of General Contractors, the Construction Law section of the Orange County Bar Association, the Orange County chapter of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers
  • Was nominated as a Top Young Attorney by the San Diego Daily Transcript in 2014
  • Has written a variety of published articles concerning legal issues impacting the construction industry
  • J.D. degree, Georgetown University; B.A. degree, magna cum laude, UCLA
  • Can be contacted at 949-260-4624 or [email protected]
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