A lot of our work is done in teams where you have a law clerk, paralegal, and an attorney all assigned to your matter. The end result of this is that you can effectively litigate without burning the budget.
Use this helpful guide to breeze through the “legalese” only experienced law firms and legal teams are familiar with so you can better understand the documents left by your deceased friend or family member.
The challenges in a motion to strike or a demur is that in the early stages, the pleadings are taken as if everything said in the pleading (being the complaint) is true. You cannot bring in extrinsic evidence to argue or try to change or go in derogation of what's in the complaint and what's been pled.
There are two different classes of attorneys, as far as most legal work goes. There's transactional and litigation, and at our firm, we focus on litigation. The type of transactional work we typically do is a by-product of litigation.
“Trial lawyer” and “litigator” are often interchanged as though they mean the same thing. A litigator may be a great trial lawyer, and a trial lawyer may also be a great litigator. However, there are differences in the terminology.
A big motivator in lawsuits is expense, and one of the primary expenses for smaller lawsuits are the attorneys' fees. Attorneys' fees are incredibly expensive, they're prohibitive, they're why attorneys have a bad name some times, but to be honest, all the attorney has to sell is his time.
Trust litigation cases can be some of the most emotionally draining cases you’ll encounter in a court room; comparable to divorce and/or child custody cases. The reason trust litigation can be such an uncomfortable case to take on, especially without an attorney, is the fact that it most commonly involves a breach of trust amongst members of a family following the death of a loved one.
Imagine being a lender and loaning someone $100,000 and not being able to collect on the interest or even the original borrowed amount. Now imagine instead if you collected interest on that loaned amount, but due to violating a California law on the loan had to pay back the borrower 3 [...]
Webb Law Group proudly takes you inside a real case that was handled by our firm. While names have been omitted for privacy purposes, we will approach the matter of a Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract within the context of this real case. We will take you from the Complaint [...]
The vast majority of joint tenancies in California are used as a will substitute among family members, according to the California Legislature. In a joint tenancy, the surviving member among the title holders will inherit the property. An alternative method is to hold the property as tenants in common, in which case each party owns a percentage interest in the property.
Here at Webb and Bordson, APC we hope that you never have to go through the pain of a business dispute litigation process. On that note, we want to give you some handy and valuable business tips that may keep you and your business out of the court system or may [...]
A San Diego Business Attorney has a Simple Standard in Determining Bad Faith and Cause for Litigation
When a case is presented to the court for bad faith, the court will simply employ the standard of “reasonableness.” In other words, the court will determine if the actions of the company are reasonable under the circumstances.