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Don’t Ignore The Demand To Mediate

February 6, 2019

You May Lose Your Right To Collect Attorneys’ Fees. “They just wanted money so I ignored their letter.” We hear this explanation often. Our client received a letter from a lawyer on behalf of a property buyer complaining about something at the property. Our client …

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Business Litigation: Do You Have A Roadmap Of Your Case?

January 2015

Los Angeles real estate litigation attorney Laine T. Wagenseller reveals the elements of the road map the litigator must have before embarking on what may turn out to be a years’ long journey.  Mr. Wagenseller also discusses the importance of doing a practical assessment of …

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Business Trial Attorneys: Being Client-Centric

January 2015

Laine Wagenseller, a Los Angeles business litigation attorney, explains that the best way to defend your clients’ interests includes understanding what drives them emotionally.  The business trial attorney’s awareness of his clients’ motivations, such as pride or hurt, can strengthen the attorney-client relationship and help …

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Business Litigation: What do I do With a Summons And Complaint?

January 2015

Our business litigation series seeks to help you understand the litigation process, especially as it applies in the Los Angeles Superior Court.  Today’s article is the first in the series:  What do I do with a summons and complaint?

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Business Litigation: A New Series On How To Handle Business Lawsuits (and Business Attorneys) in Los Angeles

January 2015

Business litigation attorneys and clients alike don’t often think through the litigation process–what it involves, how the litigation will unfold and what the ultimate goal is.  In the new year we will post articles that address common client questions about litigation.  We will also add …

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Breach of Contract: Interpreting A Contract

December 2014

Breach of contract lawsuits often involve the interpretation of the language of a contract (or multiple contracts).  California’s Civil Code sets forth the basics of how the court will (or should) interpret a contract.  Attorneys who handle breach of contract lawsuits should be conversant with …

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Real Estate Litigation: When Can I Record A Lis Pendens?

December 2014

As a real estate litigation attorney, I often receive calls in which potential clients want me to record a lis pendens in order to force someone else to pay money or settle a dispute.  There are many misunderstandings about when a lis pendens (or Notice …

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