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Articles

Duty to Disclose Latent Defects When Selling a Home

Theories of Homebuilder Liability for Subcontractor Negligence – Part I

Theories of Homebuilder Liability for Subcontractor Negligence – Part II

nationally-prominent litigator

The legal bane of homebuilders

Falling Apart At The Seams

Builders OKs $39 million to end suit

Q&A with Scott Sullan

Richmond settles soil suit

A.C. Excavating v. Yacht Club II HOA (reported at 114 P.3d 862)

Hoang v. Arbess (reported at 80 P..3d 863)

Hoang, et al. v. Monterra Homes, LLC v. Assurance Company of America and Maryland Casualty Company (reported at 149 P.3d 798)

Great American Insurance Co., The Travelers Indemnity Co. and The Charter Oak Fire Ins. Co

Hoang v. Assurance Co. of America and Maryland Casualty Co

When the Developer Controls the Homeowner Association Board: The Benevolent Dictator

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act of 2003

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act of 2003

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act

Statutes of Limitations and Repose in Construction Defect Cases Part II

Real Estate Newsletter

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act of 2003

The Construction Defect Action Reform Act

Falling Apart at the Seams: A Legal Battle Rages In Cedar Heights Over the Effects of Unstable Soils

Here Comes #44: Owners’ Rights Initiative Seeks to Turn Back Building Defects Law

By placing the cap on treble damages, they have completely destroyed the deterring effect of our consumer protection laws.

''There’s this misperception that they can all sit down and work this out,’ Sullan said, ‘But the builders just thumb their noses at the homeowners.

This is a frontal assault on their property rights

Scott Sullan, an attorney, helped create Amendment 34

Homeowners vs. Builder: Highlands Ranch Case Widely Viewed as Landmark

On Trial: In the Frenetic Rush to Meet Production Demands, Builders May be Sowing the Seeds of Their Own Destruction

Centex Homes

Merit Homes

Village Homes

Collonade Homes

Ryland Homes

Richmond Homes

Falcon Homes

D.R. Horton

Writer Homes

Richmond to Repair 12,300 Homes

Dream Home Nightmare -- When it Rains it Pours: Couple Grapples With Leaky Nightmare

$32.5 Million to Settle Suit Over Windows

Leaks Prompt Civil Suit Against Windows Company

Jury Verdict Report: $475,000 verdict for one home

Jury Verdict Report: $1,000,000+ arbitration award for two homes

Jury Verdict Report: $4,214,847 verdict for three homes

Jury Verdict Report: $6,178,613 verdict for four homes

Richmond to Repair 12,300 Homes

Soil Suit Sinks Builder

Builders Pay the Price

The attorneys, and the homeowners, in these cases said the developers built their homes extremely poorly, citing a litany of problems, including faulty roofs, decks, drainage and foundations

Developers on Trial Over Sinking Condos

Terraces Homeowner Association in Glenwood Springs settled a lawsuit against developer Jay Harkins, construction companies and engineers for $12 million out of court Tuesday

Lawsuit Over Defects in Condos Resolved

Builder Okays $39 Million End to Suit

Sullan specializes in cases involving damage to homes caused by geologic hazards

Falling Apart at the Seams: A Legal Battle Rages In Cedar Heights Over the Effects of Unstable Soils

Walls Come Tumbling Down

Landslide Lawsuit: Owners of Home Sliding Into River Sue Developer, Builder and Engineers

Some builders settled quickly after watching Sullan at work in 1996

They are a very big firm and they are very good at what they do,’ Thompson said

Soil-Expansion Battle Shapes Attorney’s Career.

The Legal Bane of Homebuilders

nationally-prominent litigator who is the scourge of the homebuilding industry.

Enemy

I also found Sullan to be one of those truly ethical and fair-minded attorneys who bring honor to an often maligned profession

Claimant's $22.5 miillion window

Preserving the Balance of Power

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