About Miller, Morton, Caillat & Nevis
Founded in 1929, Miller, Morton, Caillat & Nevis, LLP is the longest tenured partnership in Santa Clara County. The firm has grown over the last nine decades to service many of the largest property owners, developers, and contractors in the state of California. MMCN has been widely recognized as a leading law firm in the industry.

Today, our attorneys provide practical, experience-driven representation for individuals, businesses and public agencies, with a strategic focus in the areas of construction, real estate, business, employment and estate planning. Continually balancing our clients’ business objectives with their legal needs, we combine competitive billing rates with top-notch legal representation.

With long-established business relationships, we are able to give our clients focused attention, coupled with hands-on representation and counsel. We possess the depth and breadth of experience to represent our institutional clients in negotiating large real estate and construction transactions, and litigating multi-million dollar disputes. We also remain committed to providing high quality legal services for small and mid-sized businesses and individuals in California. As an extension of our offerings, we provide comprehensive employment as well as trust and estate services. Miller Morton’s clients additionally benefit from our attorney’s active participation in industry and community groups, furthering our leadership position within the community.

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Recent News
November 2017   by Shima Vasseghi, Eric McAllister
Effective January 1, 2018, general contractors on all private projects in California can be held directly liable for: (1) wage and hour claims, and (2) union trust fund claims brought by the employees and labor unions of their subcontractors, of all tiers. Further, while the new law authorizes general contractors to demand payroll records from their subcontractors (and to withhold payment if the subcontractors fail to comply with the requests), there is no safe-harbor for general contractors if the subcontractor refuses to provide the payroll records or if the payroll records provided are inaccurate. read more.



The 2017 legislative session has come to an end and Governor Brown has signed into law a number of significant labor and employment related bills that will soon impact California’s workplaces. Three key laws will be taking effect on January 1, 2018. read more.