Tamara Boeck

Tamara Boeck

Tamara Boeck routinely advises owners, developers and general contractors primarily in California, Idaho and Nevada.  Tami, current chair of the firm’s Real Estate, Development & Construction group, works with clients on a wide range of projects including commercial, residential and mixed-use projects, as well as construction-related aspects of oil and gas, mining, food processing, solar, wind, geothermal, biofuel, wastewater treatment and other industrial facilities. In addition to counseling her clients on ways to avoid protracted litigation through thoughtful negotiations and effective contracts, she handles construction disputes from mediation through litigation or  arbitration, which often encompass significant business conflicts, project delay, workmanship and performance deficiency claims, as well as those matters involving lien laws, insurance coverage disagreements with insurers, claims involving toxic tort, product liability and catastrophic injuries. With  her depth of experience, she is able to assist and protect her clients in arbitration or trial when a pragmatic business resolution is not available. She has been listed in Best Lawyers in America© for Construction Law from 2010 to 2018.

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Cyber Risk Update for Construction Companies

Scammers are always seeking new ways to target victims for Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams, where they leverage email to try to convince you to give them credentials, send them confidential information like W2s, send them money by changing things like direct deposit instructions, or give any other data that can help them profit from … Continue Reading

Funds transfer fraud in real estate transactions has seen an explosive increase this year

As a firm with a large real estate practice, we are keenly aware of the risks of wire transfer fraud in real estate transactions – which has exploded from a reported $19 Million in 2016 to almost $1 Billion in 2017. Often this fraud is the result of the hacker compromising a legitimate email account … Continue Reading
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