Flores Ryan, LLP

CSLB Arbitration Attorneys


Arbitration through the CSLB is best utilized for disputes regarding workmanship and contractual disagreements between a consumer and contractor, and for disputes between two contractors. While CSLB arbitrations can be effective and efficient, it is important to first define your objectives to determine whether they can be accomplished through a CSLB arbitration, due to the program’s strict limitations.   

The arbitration attorneys at Flores Ryan, LLP have expertise in every aspect of California arbitration requirements, deadlines, and strategies. If you and the opposing party have agreed upon settling the dispute through arbitration, our extensive knowledge and experiences in arbitration allows us to maximize the chance of favorably resolving your dispute. 


CSLB Citations

Getting back to the basics of how a CSLB Citation works, this article will provide an overview of what every contractor should know.

CSLB Complaint Red Drawer
What you need to know about CSLB complaints

This article covers the process of complaints and citations issued from the CSLB

CSLB Arbitration: Will It Work For Me?

Contractors can learn the specifics of what CSLB mandatory & voluntary arbitration is and the criteria required in order to participate in such arbitrations.

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Maintaining a California contractors license in good standing

This article will cover the elements all contractors must pay attention to in order to ensure that their contractors license is properly maintained.



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