• Protecting Your Business When Sued by a Bank

      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. ...

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    • Breach of Contract Under California Law

      A contract is an agreement that creates obligations between parties, which are enforceable by law. A contract involves elements such as capacity, consideration, mutual assent, and legality. The ...

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    • 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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    • Do I Need an Attorney for a Breach of Contract?

      When faced with a breach of contract you have two options. You can remain frustrated over lost time and money lost or decide to take legal action. Our firm believes the latter option is much more ...

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    • Why Should My Small Business Protect Its Intellectual Property?

      Intellectual property (IP) refers the creations of the “mind.” Such creations include literary and artistic works, inventions, designs and symbols, or a name or image used in commerce. There are laws ...

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    • When to Hire a Business Lawyer

      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 ...

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    • What is Patent Infringement?

      Patents are intellectual property rights granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. With a patent, the owner has the right to exclude others from producing, using, or selling the invention in ...

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    • Why Should My Small Business Protect Its Intellectual Property?

      Intellectual property (IP) refers the creations of the “mind.” Such creations include literary and artistic works, inventions, designs and symbols, or a name or image used in commerce. There are laws ...

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    • When to Hire a Business Lawyer

      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 ...

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    • 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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    • 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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    • False Advertising Under California Law

      California’s unfair competition law was designed to protect competitors and consumers by promoting fair competition in the marketplace. Under Section 17500 of the Business and Professions Code, it is ...

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    • Sued in Orange County? Be Prepared to Take Action

      Were you recently served with a Summons and Complaint? If so, you may feel concerned about how to handle this lawsuit against either you or your business. Above all, stay calm. Giving way to panic and ...

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    • When to Hire a Business Lawyer

      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 ...

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    • 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?

      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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    • 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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    • California's Unfair Competition Law

      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 ...

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