Webinar: Clarifying the Contractors State License Law
August 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 Hour MCLE
California’s licensing laws are complex and pose the significant risk of your client not having the right to be paid and disgorgement of all compensation that has been paid. This seminar will help guide you through the landmines and will cover the following:
- Requirements of obtaining license;
- The differences among the various license classifications (A, B, C) and the type of work allowed to be performed under each;
- Bidding projects before being licensed;
- When does the “work” under a construction contract begin?
- Joint venture licensing;
- Replacing the license qualifier;
- Buying and selling a licensed business;
- Worker’s Comp Rules;
- The intersection between labor laws and licensing laws.
Non-Member Price – $75.00
Member Price – $55.00
Pamela Scholefield with Scholefield Construction Law and Mediation has been practicing exclusively in the area of construction law since 1998. Ms. Scholefield primarily represents developers, contractors and distributors, whether plaintiffs or defendants, in construction related litigation (including mediation and other ADR processes) throughout California and Hawaii. Ms. Scholefield is often sought out for complex construction cases involving disputes related to scope of work, change orders, delays, and work quality. Ms. Scholefield is recognized for her understanding and drafting of construction contracts and taught the masters level Construction Claims class for the College of Civil Engineering at San Diego State University for several years. She is a regular lecturer for trade organizations on contracts terms, negotiating contracts, change orders and claims, and teaches licensing and project management classes through the electrical apprentice program. She has written numerus articles for various business and trade publications.
Ms. Scholefield is particularly well versed in the laws that affect contractors, and has argued before the courts and the Contractor’s State License Board regarding the enforcement of the applicable Contractors State License Law.