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TBS obtains $2.6 Million Construction Defect Settlement for Condominium Residents

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Pacific Center is a 50-unit residential condominium in the International District. The condominium shared a building with a retail condominium owned by the developer. In 2008, TBS attorney Chase Alvord, as co-lead counsel, filed suit against the development company and its individual owners for construction defects and mismanagement of the residential condominium association. After two years of litigation, the case settled one month before trial for $2.6 million. These settlement funds will allow the residents to undertake much-needed, major repairs to the building.

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