A Construction, Real Estate and Business Law Practice.
The Mau Law Firm is based in the vibrant SoMa district of San Francisco, CA, with a practice area encompassing the greater Bay Area. We are Construction, Real Estate and Business Lawyers and Attorneys. In our law practice, we represent a variety of local, state and national businesses, but with an emphasis on contractors including general contractors and specialty trade subcontractors, construction supply companies, architectural firms, engineering companies, Homeowner’s Associations or HOA’s, property managers, property owners, and other local businesses primarily in Northern California. The firm does both plaintiff and defense work depending on the case particulars.
A well recognized attorney with expertise in construction, real estate and business law, our managing attorney has been featured multiple times in the News.
Mr. Mau has served as a Commissioner, for the Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission in the City of Pacifica. In addition, he serves in various capacities with the San Francisco Superior Court and San Mateo County Superior Court, and he can be contacted for a formal disclosure upon request.
We are pleased to be a Certified Green Business, and our firm was one of the first law firms certified by the City and County of San Francisco and its Green Business Program. We are also A+ rated for over a decade.
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Our primary practice encompasses the following Practice Areas of law:
|Construction Law||Construction Defect Litigation||Real Estate Law|
|Homeowner’s Associations||Business Law||Commercial Landlord-Tenant|
Employment Law & Whistle Blowers
Collections & Creditor Rights
(415) 495-8084 (fax)
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