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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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Breach of Fiduciary Duty Explained

October 2018

A fiduciary duty exists when one party has an obligation to act in the best interest of another party. When the fiduciary acts in their own best interests instead of that of the other party, it results in a breach of fiduciary duty. A fiduciary …

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What to Expect from Breach of Contract Lawsuits

October 2018

A breach of contract refers to a violation of the terms of an agreement made between two parties. When one side fails to live up to the terms of the contract or interferes with the ability of the other side to fulfill its obligations, a …

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Fall 2018 Newsletter

In This Issue: 2018: Our Most Recent Trial; Easements: What Do You Need To Know?; Message from Laine T. Wagenseller; News and Happenings….

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5 Benefits to Pursuing Mediation in Your California Partnership Dispute

October 2018

Whether you and a friend started a business out of your literal or figurative garage, or you are a seasoned investor in high-stakes business dealings with other industry veterans, a partnership built on professional camaraderie and a shared vision can gradually or suddenly turn into …

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Alternatives to Litigation in Your California Real Estate Dispute

September 2018

Regardless of whether you are a residential homeowner who has discovered a material, undisclosed defect in your property, or a commercial property owner facing a revolt from tenants over extremely costly building repair issues, the threat of a legal dispute can send shivers up your …

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When Will a Defendant in a California Breach of Contract Case Be Excused From Performing?

September 2018

      Obviously, the whole point of a contract is that two parties are seeking security that the other party is going to do something in return for something for them. A contract is essentially a bargain: I do this thing (or don’t do …

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