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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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Los Angeles Litigation Update: New California Mediation Law

January 2019

Los Angeles trial attorneys representing clients in mediation will have to provide a notice to their client about the confidentiality of mediation and the inability to use such communications, negotiations, offer of settlement, writings, reports, etc., even in a case for malpractice brought against the …

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Partition Lawsuits In Los Angeles: The Court Must Determine Ownership Before It Orders A Sale

January 2019

In a California partition lawsuit the trial court must determine two things:  a determination of the parties’ interests in the property and, secondly, the manner of partition—sale or division. In a recent lawsuit involving partition, quiet title and accounting among real estate investors, a San …

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What to Know About Commercial Build Purchases and Sales in Los Angeles

December 2018

If you are considering purchasing commercial real estate for your business, it is important to understand some of the legal intricacies of commercial build purchases and sales in California.

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Family Lawsuit Lessons

December 2018

Real Estate Litigation Between Family Members Can Spiral Out of Control. Los Angeles real estate attorney Laine Wagenseller has handled many lawsuits among family members relating to real estate. Sons suing mothers. Siblings suing siblings. Parents suing children. His firm—Wagenseller Law Firm—in downtown Los Angeles …

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What are the Procedural Requirements for Quieting Title in California?

December 2018

When multiple people claim ownership over one piece of property or multiple owners disagree about what to do with the land, a quiet title action can help resolve the issues.

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Specific Performance, CAM Charges and The Reverse Triangular Merger

December 2018

Perhaps the title is not sexy enough.  But this California real estate case reeks of greed and overreaching enough to compete with any soap opera.  The case is North Valley Mall, LLC v. Longs Drug Stores California, LLC and was decided by the California Court …

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