Partner Greg Korbel has extensive experience representing clients throughout California in a wide range of matters related to construction, development and real estate. In both litigation and advisory capacities, he works with investors, property owners, developers, contractors, design professionals, engineers and public agencies. He is valued for his effective balance as an aggressive and zealous representative with his role as a counselor and advisor. Greg protects and promotes his clients’ interests, as well as builds comprehensive and effective strategies to maximize returns while minimizing risks.
Greg’s experience includes large-scale construction, delay and impact claims, design and construction defect litigation, payment disputes, stop notice actions, mechanic’s lien claims, as well as front-end contract negotiation. On the real estate front, he represents developers, commercial owners and home owners in the acquisition of properties, securing approvals and entitlements, as well as any related litigation. View complete bio.
September 2016 by Greg Korbel , Rosanna Fristed
Law360, New York (September 19, 2016, 11:57 AM EDT) – This past August, state legislators passed Senate Bill 1413, authorizing school districts to establish programs aimed at helping teachers and school district employees secure affordable housing. Authored by state Senator Mark Leno, whose district includes San Francisco, the purpose of SB 1413, known as the “Teacher Housing Act of 2016,” is to “facilitate the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of affordable rental housing for teachers and school district employees to allow teachers or school district employees to access and maintain housing stability.” SB 1413 does so by permitting school districts to build rental housing on district-owned property and restricting occupancy in these projects to teachers and school district employees. The bill, supported by teachers’ organizations, the California Apartment Association, and the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California, easily passed both the state Senate and Assembly and is now with Governor Jerry Brown for approval. read more.
June 2015 by Greg Korbel
June 2, 2015 - Construction and Real Estate Partner Gregory (“Greg”) J. Korbel has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Christmas in the Park, San Jose, Calif.’s annual holiday celebration. read more.
Construction Attorneys Greg Korbel and Stephanie Rocha Provide Legal Update to California Constructor
November 2014 by Greg Korbel , Stephanie Rocha
Click here to read Greg and Stephanie’s article from the November/December 2014 issue of the Associated General Contractor’s of California publication, California Constructor. read more.
August 2014 by Greg Korbel , Rosanna Fristed
Greg and Rosanna contributed an article on the recent Beacon Residential Community Association v. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP case, read more.
February 2014 by Greg Korbel
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Feb. 26, 2014 – Miller, Morton, Caillat & Nevis, LLP announces that real estate and construction partner Gregory J. Korbel has been appointed to the Board of Directors read more.
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