Lang & Klain, PLC






Construction Law Business Disputes
Getting Paid ROC Licensing and Complaints

Lang & Klain is the ideal law firm for Arizona business owners who seek effective solutions to the threat of complex commercial disputes ... and for contractors, subcontractors and construction suppliers who value responsive, industry-specific legal assistance in construction law, payment rights, ROC licensing and complaints, and compliance with federal wage and hour requirements.


Construction and Litigation Attorneys

Kent Lang

Bill Klain

Mike Thal

Kevin Estevez

George King

Jason Clark

Lori Guner

Brittany Neel

Brittany Neel


 What’s New

ADA Violations: What to Do If You Are Sued

If your business is sued for violating ADA standards, donít be too quick to settle a lawsuit that you might be able to win.

Klain Receives Chief Justice's Award

On June 23, Bill Klain received the Chief Justice's Outstanding Contribution to the Arizona Courts Award

Overtime Exemption

New rules that double the overtime exemption limit go into effect December 1

Super Lawyers®

Kent Lang and Bill Klain are selected for 2016, and Mike Thal and Kevin Estevez are Rising Stars honorees

Best Law Firms®

Lang & Klain is a 2016 Tier 1 (Metro) selectee for Commercial Litigation

Licensed Contractor, Unlicensed Work

The Arizona Court of Appeals rules that a licensed contractor can sue to collect only for work covered by its license

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Piece Work and the Fair Labor Standards Act

Compensating workers based on piece work and productivity can be good for you and them Ė if you are as diligent in recording hours worked as in monitoring tasks completed

The Trouble with Change Orders

Faulty documentation leads to unnecessary finger pointing and charges of dishonesty

Arizona Prompt Payment Act

A licensed contractor or material supplier is entitled to prompt payment from the party with which it contracted

Avoiding Breach of Contract When Time Is of the Essence

A time-of-essence provision is a powerful weapon, since it can give an otherwise minor delay the legal effect of a material breach of contract