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Mediating a luxury home construction defect case

Ross W. Feinberg, Esq.
Ross W. Feinberg, Esq.
JAMS Mediator and Referee/Special Master

Published February 9, 2018

Residential construction defect actions typically take four forms: (1) statutory condominium actions, filed by an elected Board of Directors; (2) grouping of tract single family residences; (3) a planned unit development suing for common area defects; (4) the luxury custom estate, filed by often times a discerning homeowner concerning their “one of a kind” property. It is the last of these that require the broadest range of skills by the mediator.

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