Regions 1, 2 and 3 Break Out Session: A Deep Dive Into The Recent Crosno Decision And Its Impact On Pay-When-Paid Clauses In California
Recorded On: 09/25/2020
Breakout Session 1, 2 & 3:
|Breakout Session 1, 2 & 3: A Deep Dive Into The Recent Crosno Decision And Its Impact On Pay-When-Paid Clauses In California
Presented by Jonathan Dunn and Ali Salamirad, Partners of the law firm Salamirad, Morrow, Timpane & Dunn LLP.
Jonathan J. Dunn
Partner, SMTD Law LLP
Jonathan J. Dunn is a partner in SMTD Law LLP’s Irvine, California office. Jonathan focuses his practice in construction practices, surety law, creditor's rights and remedies, including bankruptcy and work-outs, and transactions relating to construction, debtor/creditor and commercial matters. Prior to forming SMTD, Jonathan was a partner at an international law firm, an in-house attorney with two national bonding companies where he handled construction defaults in the Western United States, and active in his family’s construction business. Jonathan is asked to write and speak frequently, and has written numerous articles and presentations. Jonathan is a vice chair of the AGC-California Legal Advisory Committee, active in the ABA’s Forum on Construction Law section, a prior Vice Chair of the Fidelity & Surety Law Committee, as well as involved in numerous other construction and surety associations and legal bar organizations. Jonathan obtained his J.D. from Seattle University School of Law (formerly Univ. of Puget Sound L.S.), and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from UCLA in 1989. Jonathan is licensed to practice in California, as well as various federal, special and bankruptcy courts.
Founding Partner, SMTD Law LLP
Ali Salamirad is the founding partner of SMTD Law LLP. Mr. Salamirad concentrates his practice in the areas of construction and surety law. For over twenty years, Mr. Salamirad has counseled sureties in a variety of complex litigation and transactional matters. Many of the nation’s leading surety companies and general and specialty contractors trust Mr. Salamirad’s guidance and counsel when dealing with the myriad of issues that arise in the construction industry.
Mr. Salamirad has successfully handled a wide range of cases on federal, state and private construction projects, including bid disputes and protests, subcontractor substitutions, labor claims, extra work disputes, differing site condition claims, delay, productivity and efficiency claims, default terminations, takeover and completion efforts, and surety financing arrangements.