Barry Brown of Gray•Duffy’s Redwood City office aptly convinced the general contractor not to sue the firm’s client, Bragg Crane & Rigging, in a multi-party construction defect lawsuit.
Venture Professional Center v. VPC – Hercules, LP
Gray•Duffy’s client, Bragg Crane & Rigging entered into a subcontract agreement with the general contractor, Lusardi Construction Company, for construction work involving a two-story tilt up building with tenant and site improvements. The plaintiff alleged a variety of construction defects and damages related to the construction work, and filed suit against Lusardi. Lusardi then filed a cross-complaint against various subcontractors, but agreed not to name Bragg Crane & Rigging after Barry Brown of Gray•Duffy successfully articulated Bragg’s lack of any connection to the construction problems being alleged by the plaintiffs.
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