Oregon’s law on statutes of limitation and/or repose periods on construction claims is complex and ever-changing.  A recent Oregon Supreme Court ruling has introduced yet another instance of differing time limits on construction defect claims. In my recent article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, I discuss Schell v. The Schollander Companies, Inc. and the implications this ruling has on both buyers and builders, and what you can do to help manage risk and and avoid unintended consequences.  Read the full article here.

 “A New Wrinkle In  Time To Claim Construction Defects” was originally published by the Daily Journal of Commerce on Apr. 29, 2016.