Wendel Rosen Attorney Garret Murai Named JD Supra Top Author
OAKLAND, Calif., Mar. 23, 2016 – Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP, the largest law firm in the East Bay representing businesses throughout the region, congratulates Construction Partner Garret Murai on his recognition as a JD Supra Top Author in its inaugural Readers’ Choice Awards. Murai is honored in the Construction and Insurance categories for the high level of visibility and engagement of his articles among JD Supra’s readers in 2015.
JD Supra delivers legal and business content to professionals in all industries via more than 100 proprietary social feeds, on mobile platforms, in daily email digests and as news across the web. For its 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards, JD Supra took a deep dive into its 2015 reader data, identifying 36 industries and topics and recognizing the ten authors within each category who had the highest consistent readership and engagement. 200 JD Supra authors were chosen as Top Authors among the more than 34,000 who currently publish on the platform. Murai was selected as the first and third most read author in the Construction and Insurance categories, respectively.
“Thank you JD Supra. The platform is an invaluable tool in today’s electronic age for reaching clients and others with important updates and information on issues impacting the construction industry,” said Murai. “I look forward to continuing to publish in 2016.”
Murai represents parties involved in nearly every aspect of construction, from project formation through post project close-out. His clients include owners, developers, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and sureties. Murai’s experience encompasses licensing issues; contract drafting and negotiations; bid protests and subcontractor substitutions; mechanics liens, stop payment notice and other payment remedies; and defect, delay and acceleration claims.
A regular author and presenter on legal construction topics, Murai is the editor of Wendel Rosen’s California Construction Law Blog, which provides an informative yet wry look at construction law in California. He is a member of the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law, American Institute of Architects, California Council, American Subcontractors Association of California, Alameda County Bar Association and the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area. Murai also serves on the Legal Advisory Committee of the Associated General Contractors of California. He earned his J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law (2001) and his B.A. from the University of California, Davis (1993).