Michael T. Callahan on Greg Opinski Construction, Inc. v. City of Oakdale, 99 Cal. App. 4th 1107, 132 Cal. Rptr. 3d 170 (2011) (PDF)
Discusses Greg Opinski Construction, Inc. v. City of Oakdale, in which the California Court of Appeal held that a contractor could not defend an owner's claim for liquidated damages because the contractor had not requested a time extension while the project was in progress.
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In this article, Michael T. Callahan discusses Greg Opinski Construction, Inc. v. City of Oakdale, in which the California Court of Appeal held that a contractor could not defend an owner's claim for liquidated damages because the contractor had not requested a time extension while the project was in progress. Mr. Callahan provides valuable insight into the implications of the case for any party asserting or defending a claim for delay.
Michael T. Callahan, Esq., has been involved with the construction industry for the past thirty-five years. He maintains an active consulting practice in the measurement and responsibility of delay, along with the quantification of additional performance costs and other construction and design-related matters. He earned a B.A. from the University of Kansas and both a J.D. and LL.M. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He is currently President of CCL Construction Consultants, Inc. and is a Contributing Author to Construction Law, a Contributing Editor of the Construction Law Digest, and the Co-Author of Discovery in Construction Litigation as well as other books for other publishers. Mr. Callahan is also a frequent arbitrator, negotiator, and mediator.
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