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Guide to Real Estate Partnership Litigation

March 27, 2019

No one hopes or expects to encounter problems in commercial real estate when it comes to partnership agreements. However, partnership disputes can be caused by many different situations, such as declining profits, disagreements over the direction or management of operations, and issues of ego. If …

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Can I Avoid a California Breach of Contract Suit if I Was Mistaken About the Facts?

November 2017

At some point in our lives, all of us enter into some kind of agreement – whether it be for a purchase or sale of a product or service – that we later want to get out of once we learn new, additional, or different …

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The Pros and Cons of Taking a California Partnership Dispute to Arbitration

October 2017

Although partnership disputes are one of the more common types of business litigation matters, most business owners will operate for quite a few years before the spectre of a partnership dispute arises. After all, most entrepreneurs choose their partners based on some combination of friendship, …

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Kushner’s Real Estate Company Faces Class Action Over Rent Payments

October 2017

Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of and advisor to President Trump, is facing legal troubles for his own real estate work outside of the White House. Several tenants of Baltimore properties owned by Kushner’s real estate company Westminster Management have filed a class action suit against …

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Can Non-contract Statements Be Used to Win a CA Breach of Contract Case?

October 2017

In any situation where either you are contemplating a breach of contract action, or someone is threatening a breach of contract action against you, your first frame of reference is to look at what was actually in the contract. Whether you personally scrutinized every word …

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Winning Punitive Damages in a CA Business Dispute Action

October 2017

“Punitive damages” is one of those legal concepts that you certainly do not need to have gone to law school to understand. The phrase inspires lavish dreams for plaintiffs hoping to hit defendants where it hurts and collect an enormous payout in the process, and …

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Suing On a Partnership Agreement in CA Where There Was No Written Contract

October 2017

One of the most common types of business litigation lawsuits in California is where one partner in a partnership sues another partner for failing to fulfill his obligations under the partnership agreement. Such a dispute might arise over rights to share in profits, who gets …

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