Los Angeles Attorney

Areas of Practice

General Business Litigation

  • Corporate and Partnership Accounting and Dissolution
  • Corporate Derivative Actions
  • Director, Officer, Partner Disputes involving Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Fraud, and Other Mismanagement of Business Assets
  • Employment Disputes
  • Contract Disputes (Contractual Fraud, Breach of Contract, Enforcement of Agreements)
  • Employee Trade Secret Disputes
  • Customer Disputes
  • Los Angeles City Tax Audit Disputes
  • Business Collections

Commercial Real Estate Litigation

  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Property Restrictions (CC&R’s, Grant Restrictions, etc.)
  • Unlawful Detainer
  • Construction defects
  • Shopping Center disputes
  • Office and Industrial disputes

Residential Real Estate

  • Property Restrictions (CC&R’s)
  • Neighbor Disputes
  • Homeowner Association Disputes
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Construction Defect
  • Purchase/Sale Disputes
  • Agent/Broker Liability

Legal Profession Litigation

  • Legal Malpractice Defense
  • Attorney/Client Fee Disputes
  • Attorney/Attorney Fee Disputes
  • Employment Disputes

Intellectual Property

  • Trade Secrets
  • Unfair Competition
  • Right of Publicity

Entertainment Litigation

  • Contract Disputes
  • Wage Disputes
  • Movie Production Disputes
  • Agent/Talent Disputes

Civil Litigation

  • Defamation
  • Fraud
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Unfair Business Practices

General Business Representation

  • Telemarketing Compliance Guidance
  • Business Transactions
  • Contract formation and review

Judgment Collection


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