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Overview

Areas of Concentration

  • Construction Defect
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Insurance Coverage

Admissions

  • State Bar of California (1990)
  • United States District Court, Northern District of California (1990)
  • Supreme Court of the State of California (1990)

Education

  • J.D. (1990) Southwestern Law School
  • B.A (1984) University of California, Los Angeles

Memberships & Honors

  • The Executive Council of Homeowners (ECHO)
  • Bay Cen Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI)
  • Sacramento North Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI)
  • California Association of Community Managers (CACM)

Contact

rriley@flynnriley.com
Richard P. Riley is a Senior Partner of Flynn Riley Bailey & Pasek LLP. He spent the first eight years of his career with a major Los Angeles law firm representing developers, subcontractors and their insurance companies in various types of litigation matters. This experience provided Mr. Riley with particular case evaluation knowledge and a unique understanding of the complexities of insurance coverage issues facing developers and their insurers.

For the past sixteen years, Mr. Riley has exclusively represented individual homeowners and community associations as small as 10 units and as large as 700 units in all types of construction from traditional wood framing to steel frame high-rise buildings. Mr. Riley has technical expertise in several areas of construction including concrete foundations, stucco systems, hardboard and fiber cement siding systems, tile roof systems, standing seam metal roof systems, high-rise buildings, subterranean garages, and geotechnical issues including soils movement and retaining walls.

Mr. Riley has extensive experience in working with community associations, their Board of Directors, and community managers in complying with the Davis-Stirling Act and related California law. Mr. Riley advises common interest developments on general corporate matters including governing document analysis and interpretation, compliance with Association's maintenance and repair obligations and compliance with SB800 Maintenance Manuals and Inspections.