Wagenseller Law Firm


Los Angeles Real Estate and Business Litigation Lawyer

Laine T. Wagenseller

Laine T. Wagenseller

Wagenseller Law Firm specializes in Real Estate Litigation and Business Litigation in Los Angeles and Southern California. When you are facing a lawsuit or litigation, look for attorneys who have the knowledge and experience to help you achieve your goals and fight for your interests in court.

Our real estate and business litigation lawyers have extensive litigation and trial experience in a variety of real estate and business lawsuits.

We invite you to review our website and call us with any questions you may have. We welcome all inquiries and are happy to consult with you regarding your legal needs.

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What Types of Oral Contracts are Enforceable in California?

There is a widespread misunderstanding that a contract must be “in writing” for it to actually be a contract which can be enforced. To be sure, “get it in writing” is often good advice as a document signed by both parties to a contract is far better evidence that a contract exists than one person’s word against another’s. But it is not the case that a contract always must be in … [Read More...]

Are Liquidated Damages Clause Enforceable in CA Commercial Real Estate Contracts?

“Liquidated damages” may sound like the name of a long-lost Nirvana b-side, but instead they refer to clauses often buried towards the end of a long contract which purport to state what financial compensation one party must pay another in the event of the breach of a contract. While liquidated damages have a very long history of appearing in contracts - after all, the whole purpose of a … [Read More...]

Understanding Your Remedial Options in a California Real Estate Fraud Case

If you believe you have been a victim of real estate fraud, or if another party is threatening you with a claim of real estate fraud, your primary questions are most likely: 1) is there merit to the claim of real estate fraud?; and 2) if so, how will this end? This article takes a brief overview of the second question, with the answer being that a successful plaintiff in a real estate fraud … [Read More...]