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.

Latest News

Can a CA Commercial Tenant Stop Paying Rent Via Constructive Eviction?

If you have spent anytime in the world of landlord-tenant law and/or rental property management, you are probably no doubt familiar with the concept of “constructive eviction.” This legal principle dates back hundreds of years in the common law and essentially states that a tenant can be relieved of the obligation to pay rent on a lease if a landlord’s acts or omissions in managing the … [Read More...]

Dear Real Estate Attorney, It Is Not About You

An Attorney Who Talks About Himself? A few years ago I needed to hire an attorney (not a real estate attorney!).  My brother and I interviewed a few.  One attorney ushered us into his office and regaled us with stories about how he started his firm long ago.  He talked about different staff he had hired and how the practice had evolved over the years. I am not sure if he … [Read More...]

Do I Need a Signed Contract to Bring a Breach of Contract Case?

In both your business and personal affairs, you are no doubt asked to sign a lot of agreements, especially when dealing with large, faceless entities. It can seem like every time you log into your Itunes account or open your mailbox to find correspondence from your bank or credit card company, there is a new, densely written, small-type contract that you have to assent to in order to continue … [Read More...]