Corey Van Houten
Corey Van Houten’s practice primarily focuses on construction and real estate matters. He represents developers, builders and property owners out of the firm’s Southern California office in complex construction defect litigation and real estate transaction matters.
Prior to joining Miller Morton, Corey worked as an associate attorney at Quantum Corporation where he assisted senior counsel in employment and labor matters. His prior experience also includes serving as a two term judicial extern for the Honorable Ronald M. Whyte in the United States District Court, Northern District of California. View complete bio.
August 2014 by William Hurley, Corey Van Houten
Bill and Corey contributed their insights on Assembly Bill 1336, which extends the period for enforcement of prevailing wage statutes in regard to public works. read more.
April 2014 by Corey Van Houten
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Apr. 2, 2014 – Miller, Morton, Caillat & Nevis, LLP adds Corey Van Houten as an associate to its Construction and Real Estate Groups. read more.
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