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Balestreri Potocki & Holmes

PHONE: (619) 686-1930
FAX: (619) 497-1052

Head of department/lead counsel for A/E Law: Karen Holmes, Esq..
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Number of attorneys on staff: 14.
Number of attorneys dedicated to A/E Work: 5.

Our attorneys pursue a model of representation which focuses on determining and understanding the complexity of our client’s business, interests and goals. We do this through the active participation of the firm’s principals and senior counsel in every matter accepted by the firm. Balestreri Potocki & Holmes has become uniquely qualified to predict the probable opportunities and dilemmas facing our clients from our significant litigation work for diverse business clients. The lawyers of Balestreri Potocki & Holmes are each dedicated to achieving a complete understanding of complex contracting, engineering, environmental and hazardous risk issues. This knowledge, combined with in-the-trenches experience, enables Balestreri Potocki & Holmes to evaluate and formulate sound legal strategies and plans for businesses, whether encountering opportunities, needing risk management, or requiring the highest quality of legal advocacy.

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Balestreri Potocki & Holmes is recognized as a formidable California law firm in the area of construction law and real estate litigation. Our attorneys provide a broad range of legal services and counsel clients at every stage of the construction process, from advice at the planning stage, to resolution of any claims that may arise during designer construction and construction defect claims years later. We represent national and local homebuilders, prime/general contractors, architects and engineers, general engineering contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, landlords and tenants, municipalities, construction component part manufacturers and suppliers. We have experience in every facet of construction including design build, commercial, residential, resorts, offices, shopping centers, condominium conversions, universities, roads, bridges and highways, water reservoirs, and water supply and reclamation facilities.

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