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Martin Galbut, Keith Galbut, and Olivier Beabeau Selected as 2023 “Best Lawyers in America” by U.S. News & World Report

Galbut Beabeau is proud to announce Martin Galbut,  Keith Galbut, and Olivier Beabeau have been recognized for their exemplary work in the 2023 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America® Read More

Recent AZ Supreme Court Case’s Significant Potential Impact on HOAs

The Arizona Supreme Court’s recent opinion in Kalway v. Calabria Ranch HOA LLC et al. calls into question whether homeowner’s associations (“HOAs”) are lawfully able to enact and enforce certain amendments Read More

Galbut Beabeau, P.C. Attorneys Recognized As 2022 Super Lawyers

Galbut Beabeau is proud to announce Martin Galbut, Keith Galbut, and Olivier Beabeau have been named 2022 Super Lawyers. No more than 5% of lawyers in each state receive the Super Lawyer distinction, and no Read More

Ranking Arizona Names Galbut Beabeau Top Law Firm In Construction, Real Estate, and Business/Corporate Law

We are proud to announce that Galbut Beabeau, P.C. has been ranked #1 in Construction Litigation Law, #3 among law firms with 21 or fewer attorneys – achieving the highest rank Read More

Important Provisions to Consider in Residential Construction Contracts

Almost every week, our clients embark on substantial construction projects involving the renovation or ground-up construction of their homes. These projects often involve hundreds of thousands, if not many millions of dollars. No matter the budget associated with the project, it is essential that the construction contracts be carefully reviewed by knowledgeable legal counsel experienced in this practice area to avoid disputes when issues arise or where expectations are not met. The following is a list of important considerations when entering into a residential construction contract: Read More

Pricing Alternatives in Residential Construction Contracts

One of the most fundamental provisions of any construction contract is knowing how to calculate the price to be paid for work performed. Several different pricing methods are commonly utilized. Factors such as budget constraints, status of design completion, anticipated risks and project difficulties, construction schedule, and certainty of costs and time impact how the parties select and negotiate pricing contract provisions. Read More

The Oversharing Economy: Short-Term Rentals Gone Wild

The growth of the “sharing economy” in recent years, which involves peer-to-peer transactions to share use of otherwise idle assets, has brought about numerous societal benefits (i.e., ride sharing, renting Read More

Building the Correct Foundation: Tips for Arizona Construction Contracts

Fundamental contract law mandates that for a contract to be valid, there must be: (1) an offer, (2) consideration (i.e., something of value to be exchanged between the parties), (3) Read More

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