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Class Action Alert: BKSN Investigating Simonton Windows

by Alex Nelson BKSN NewsMinnesotaConstruction Defects

*Attorney Advertising Material* Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson is currently investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Simonton, a Columbus, Ohio based manufacturer of windows.

Class Action Alert: BKSN Investigating “Fogged” (Corroded) Alside Window Panes

by Alex Nelson BKSN NewsColoradoMinnesotaConstruction DefectsPress Releases

*Attorney Advertising Material* Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson is currently investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Alside, an Akron, Ohio based manufacturer of windows & other building products.

Protecting the HOA in Spite of Itself: Shareholder Derivative Actions

by Alex Nelson ColoradoConstruction Case Law & StatutesHomeowner AssociationsMinnesotaConstruction Case Law & StatutesHomeowner AssociationsConstruction Defects

Unfortunately, construction defects are far from uncommon in townhome, condominium, and other common interest communities. When faced with defects, the typical response of an HOA Board of Directors is to retain legal counsel and pursue the developer, contractor(s), and/or design professionals, ultimately putting the financial burden of the needed repairs on those who caused the construction defects in the first place. What happens though when an HOA Board of Directors is unwilling to take legal action?