New Digital Check-In Apps Emerge on Construction Sites to Protect Employers and Employees January 25, 2021

Mr. Junginger’s article on new digital check-in apps being used at construction sites was recently published in Construction Magazine. To get all of the information, follow the link at San Francisco startup Safe Site Check In is leading the way in providing an easy-to-use app to help protect employers and employees in these challenging times.

Join us tomorrow, May 14, 2020 for a virtual “Town Hall” hosted by Levelset! May 13, 2020

McInerny & Dillon attorney Gregory Reaume will be addressing construction law questions from the host and audience. You can sign up HERE. Levelset is the industry leader for managing preliminary notices and filing mechanic’s liens. We look forward to seeing you there.

Does A General Contractor Ever Have To File A 20-Day Preliminary Notice? October 25, 2018

Many general contractors believe that they never have to file a 20-Day Preliminary Notice, but this isn’t necessarily true. If a general contractor understands that the purpose of the 20-Day Preliminary Notice , then many unfortunate situations can be avoided. The purpose of the 20- Day Preliminary Notice is to alert owners and lenders to […]

How A Notice Of Nonresponsibility Can Destroy Your Mechanics Lien Claim October 2, 2018

Are you thinking of entering into a contract to do tenant improvement work? If so, your mechanics lien could be invalid if the tenant fails to pay you. This is because California Civil Code sections 8442(b) and 8444 allow the Owner of the property to record and post a document called a Notice of Nonresponsibility. […]

Construction Niche November 18, 2016

McInerney & Dillon is proud to have been recently featured in the San Francisco Daily Journal. To review the article, click here  

Brian Junginger Successfully Defends General Contractor At Trial October 7, 2015

On October 5, 2015, San Francisco Superior Court Judge Garrett Wong granted Mr. Junginger’s Motion for Judgment after hearing two days of plaintiff’s case-in-chief. Plaintiff neighbor made a claim for nearly $100,000 against the general contractor for damage to a large retaining wall that separated two properties in San Francisco, Ca.