Blog

  • Categories

Featured Blog Post

Neighbors And Easements In Boundary Disputes

August 17, 2022

The Court of Appeals:  No to an Exclusive Implied Easement But Yes to an Exclusive Equitable Easement The California Court of Appeals has, it seems to me, muddled the law of boundaries and easements in their latest decision.  In Romero v. Shih (2022) 78 Cal.App.5th …

Read More

Recent Blog Posts

Sears CEO Settles Shareholder Lawsuit With $40 Million Payment Pledge

March 2017

Sears has been a mainstay of the US retail economy since the 19th century, and while it is no longer the dominant force it was once was, it is still the twelfth largest retailer in the company. But in a move to maintain the company’s …

Read More

OC Woman Pleads Guilty to Federal Real Estate Fraud Charges

February 2017

A 2013 press release from “Investors Workshops, a top-rated real estate investment networking group located in Orange County, California” announced that the entity was celebrating its ten-year anniversary by making its “real estate investing workshops available to the general public” for the first time, and …

Read More

Can a CA Commercial Tenant Stop Paying Rent Via Constructive Eviction?

February 2017

If you have spent anytime in the world of landlord-tenant law and/or rental property management, you are probably no doubt familiar with the concept of “constructive eviction.” This legal principle dates back hundreds of years in the common law and essentially states that a tenant …

Read More

Dear Real Estate Attorney, It Is Not About You

February 2017

An Attorney Who Talks About Himself? A few years ago I needed to hire an attorney (not a real estate attorney!).  My brother and I interviewed a few.  One attorney ushered us into his office and regaled us with stories about how he started his …

Read More

Do I Need a Signed Contract to Bring a Breach of Contract Case?

February 2017

In both your business and personal affairs, you are no doubt asked to sign a lot of agreements, especially when dealing with large, faceless entities. It can seem like every time you log into your Itunes account or open your mailbox to find correspondence from …

Read More

Should You Include an Attorney’s Fees Clause in a Lease?

February 2017

In leases between a landlord and a tenant, it is usually the landlord that has the power of drafting the lease. Although both parties must obviously agree to the terms before signing, it is obviously easier in many cases for the party drafting the contract …

Read More
Site design by ONE400