Anaheim Developer Sued by Home Owners Association for “Construction Defects”


by | Nov 1, 2017

Represented Developer of mixed-use commercial-residential project in Anaheim, who was sued by the residential HOA for alleged construction defects. The plaintiff’s proposed cost of repair for the 390 condominiums at the project was $52 Million. After the Firm brought in technical experts to raise defenses to Plaintiff’s allegations of construction deficiencies, Plaintiff first cut its settlement demand in half, and after the Firm raised additional statute of limitations defenses in the litigation, the Plaintiff eventually agreed to settle for approximately 20% of its original cost of repair.


  • Ismail Amin

    Ismail’s legal experience encompasses serving Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized privately held companies, and entrepreneurs. He presently serves as Corporate and Litigation Counsel to large and mid-sized businesses throughout California, Nevada, Texas, North Carolina, and New York as well as General and Personal Counsel to high-profile hospitality operators in California and Nevada. Ismail’s practice emphasizes Business and Intellectual Property matters, with a focus on healthcare, biopharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and hospitality. Ismail has counseled the firm’s healthcare provider clients in acquiring or selling assets while maximizing return and minimizing risk. He has helped clients acquire or sell over $1 billion worth of healthcare-related assets, including hospitals.

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