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Demand for Corporation Books and Records

June 12, 2019

As a general rule, corporations and their boards are subject to scrutiny by their shareholders. One of the ways that stakeholders can review and scrutinize a corporation is through a demand for corporation books and records, also known as inspection rights. These rights allow a …

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USC Law Professor Susan Estrich on the 2016 Election

September 2015

Los Angeles attorneys in the USC Gould School of Law Alumni Association gathered for a Breakfast With the Faculty event this morning featuring USC Law Professor Susan Estrich.  Her topic was “Media, Politics & the 2016 Election” and Professor Estrich regaled the crowd with war …

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The Inspiring Leader by Myles Martel

September 2015

This morning I attended a talk by Myles Martel on the leadership of Ronald Reagan.  Mr. Martel was President Reagan’s debate coach and served as a counselor to the White House Office of Communications during the Reagan presidency.  He has advised Congressman, ambassadors, governors, cabinet …

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Family Lawsuit in the Los Angeles Business Journal

August 2015

The Los Angeles Business Journal has an article in its latest issue about a family lawsuit at Reading International, Inc.  The corporation operates movie theaters in the United States, Australia and New Zealand.  The article is another example of how family disputes can turn into …

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Does Mediation Signal Weakness?

August 2015

“I don’t care how much it costs.  I want you to sue them and I want you to be aggressive.  I don’t want you talking to the opposing attorney.  I want to serve them with papers.” Parties in family litigation and partnership litigation usually come …

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Business Litigation Attorney Los Angeles

August 2015

The business litigation attorneys at Wagenseller Law Firm in downtown Los Angeles are experienced trial attorneys with a wide knowledge of business litigation matters.  We are proud of the work we have done–the trials we have conducted, the settlements we have reached and all of …

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Partnership Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Attorney Update

August 2015

Partnership and breach of fiduciary duty attorneys may have noticed a new California Court of Appeals case dealing with breach of fiduciary duty. This case arose from a real estate partnership in northern California in which four individuals entered into a partnership to purchase and …

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