Naughty or Nice. Contractor Receives Two Lumps of Coal in Administrative Dispute

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For one contractor, 2018, wasn’t such a good year.

January 21, 2019
Garret Murai - California Construction Law Blog

So, how were your holidays? Hopefully you were good and didn’t receive a lump of coal from Santa. For one contractor, 2018, wasn’t such a good year. And as its name, Black Diamond, suggests, it did indeed receive a black diamond from the courts. Actually, two of them.

Contractors’ State License Board v. Superior Court (Black Diamond No. 1)

In Contractors’ State License Board v. Superior Court, Court of Appeals for the First District, Case No. 1154476 (October 11, 2018), the Contractors State License Board (“CSLB”) brought disciplinary proceedings against Black Diamond Electric, Inc. (“Black Diamond”), a C-10 Electrical Contractor, for violating: (1) Labor Code section 108.2, which requires individuals performing work as electricians to be certified; and (2) Labor Code section 108.4, which permits uncertified persons seeking on-the-job experience to perform electrical work so long as they are under the direct supervision of a certified electrician.

Mr. Murai may be contacted at gmurai@wendel.com



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