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Is a Partition Lawsuit Right for My Dispute?

November 7, 2019

Many times, a piece of property is owned by more than one person, and as co-owners all members must agree on how to use the property. What happens when co-owners of land disagree on what to do with the real estate? In these situations, it …

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Your Business Litigation Attorney and Your Information

May 2014

I recently attended the Santa Monica Bar Association’s Trial Seminar. Speakers included Tom Girardi, Brian Kabateck and Daniel Callahan, all accomplished trial attorneys with a trove of valuable information about how to win at trial. One of the most interesting presentations was by Deborah Chang …

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Corporate Litigation: Are Your Directors Acting Fairly?

December 2013

Corporate litigation attorneys are often involved in corporate litigation that challenges the fairness of corporate director and officer acts. What happens when corporate directors and officers have a conflict of interest and engage in transactions in which they have personal interests?

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Winter 2012 Newsletter

In This Issue: 2011: The Year in Review; Property Co-Owners and Partition Lawsuits; Breach of Contract Lawsuits; Message from Laine T. Wagenseller; Personal Effectiveness: Focus on the “Vital Few”

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