Bradley attorneys helped obtain a significant win in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage lenders and servicers fighting off claims arising from Nevada homeowner association (HOA) foreclosure sales. In these cases, a foreclosure arising from a few hundred dollars of unpaid HOA dues could nullify a mortgage for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
During the building of a new VA medical center, the government issued defective drawings and specifications and failed to coordinate its purchases of government-furnished equipment. It then tried to shift the blame for delays and cost overruns to the general contractor. The government refused to pay change orders and grant time extensions, it threatened termination for default, and it took other punitive actions.