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Scott Jackson To Be Inducted Into The California Homebuilding Foundation Hall Of Fame

IRVINE, CA – Jackson Tidus is proud to announce that co-founder Scott Jackson will be inducted into the California Homebuilding Foundation (CHF) Hall of Fame at the CHF Hall of Fame Gala in San Francisco on June 26, 2018. This honor recognizes Scott’s decades-long contributions to the homebuilding industry, highlighting his exceptional legal career and charitable efforts. Induction […]

California Bureau of Real Estate Issues Updated Guidelines for Unlicensed Sales or Marketing Assistants Who Work in the Real Estate Industry

The California Bureau of Real Estate (“BRE”) has issued updated guidelines (“Guidelines”) for unlicensed assistants who work in the real estate industry. The California Business and Professions Code and BRE regulations regulate the types of activities that require a real estate broker license. A licensed salesperson may perform such activities under the supervision of his […]

California Supreme Court Issues Long-Awaited Decision In Construction Defect Case

On January 18th 2018, the California Supreme Court ruled in an important construction defect case that resolves a split of authority in California’s Appellate Courts and delivers good news for builders of new residential construction. The issue before the Supreme Court in McMillin Albany LLC v. Superior Court (McMillin) was whether a plaintiff homeowner can avoid compliance […]

Jackson Tidus Attorney Nedda Mahrou to speak on California’s new housing laws at California Land Use Law & Policy Conference March 5, 2018 in Los Angeles

Nedda Mahrou, of Jackson Tidus’ Environmental and Land Use Development Services Groups, will be a featured speaker at this year’s California Land Use Law & Policy Conference, “Making Sense of a New Landscape in California Land Use Law and Policy”, presented by Argent Communications Group. The conference will take place on March 5, 2018 at […]

AB 2330’s Broker-Associate Notification Requirements Take Effect January 1, 2018

Builders and their affiliates who conduct real estate brokerage activities should be prepared to comply with new broker-associate notification requirements taking effect on January 1, 2018. “Broker-associates” are those individuals licensed as real estate brokers who work in the capacity of a salesperson for another “responsible broker” (i.e., the individual broker or corporation responsible for […]

California Supreme Court Set to Hear Oral Argument in Noteworthy Construction Defect Case

On November 7, 2017, the California Supreme Court will hear oral argument in McMillin Albany, LLC  v. Superior Court (2015) 239 Cal.App.4th 1132 (McMillin).  The Supreme Court’s ruling in this construction defect case is expected to resolve the split of authority in California’s Appellate Courts on the issue of whether a plaintiff can avoid compliance with the statutory […]