Blog Posts in April, 2015

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  • Filing a Trademark Infringement Claim
    Filing a Trademark Infringement Claim

    A trademark refers to any word, slogan, symbol, design or combination thereof that distinguishes your goods and services from that of others. Trademarks distinguish the source of products; they are ...

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  • Statute of Limitations for Contracts in California
    Statute of Limitations for Contracts in California

    If a plaintiff wishes to file a lawsuit stemming from a breach of contract , California law requires that the plaintiff files the suit within a specific period of time after the defendant’s alleged ...

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  • Actionable Claims in Construction Defect Litigation
    Actionable Claims in Construction Defect Litigation

    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 ...

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  • What Is Tortious Interference?
    What Is Tortious Interference?

    Tortious interference, otherwise known as “intentional interference with contractual relations,” is the situation where someone intentionally interferes with or damages another’s business or ...

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