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  • When to Hire a Business Lawyer

    || 10-Jun-2015

    If you have never hired a business lawyer before, you may be wondering if you need to hire one now. Business law attorneys are extremely valuable to entrepreneurs and business owners, and are able to help in a plethora of scenarios. From assisting with the incorporation process, to drawing up contracts, to representing your interests if you are confronted with litigation, an attorney can ensure ...
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  • Actionable Claims in Construction Defect Litigation

    || 16-Apr-2015

    In California, construction defect litigation is essentially governed by the Right to Repair Act (Ca. Civil Code, §§896-945.5), which is often referred to as SB 800, and by the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act. For our purposes, we are going to expand upon the Right to Repair Act. The Act outlines what constitutes a construction defect in California; it does this by ...
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  • What Is Tortious Interference?

    || 9-Apr-2015

    Tortious interference, otherwise known as “intentional interference with contractual relations,” is the situation where someone intentionally interferes with or damages another’s business or contractual relationship. This tort applies to contractual relationships, and certain business activities, regardless if they involve a contract. Tortious interference with contract rights ...
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  • Protecting Your Business When Sued by a Bank

    || 11-Mar-2015

    If you are currently being sued by an Orange County bank, or have reason to believe that a bank is engaging in unreasonable behavior, the future of your business depends on taking immediate action. The last thing you want is for the bank to win the lawsuit by default, simply because you sat back and did nothing. Every moment counts as you consider the most effective way to respond to the ...
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  • California's Unfair Competition Law

    || 3-Mar-2015

    When it comes to running a business, it is normal to try and stay one step ahead of your competitors. But there are lines that should not be crossed – lines that are outlined in California’s unfair competition law (UCL). Under California Business and Professions Code § 17200, businesses are prohibited from any actions that are unfair, unlawful, or fraudulent. Examples can include ...
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