Parties to contracts sometimes want it both ways: They want solid, ironclad contracts that can’t be altered or disputed, but they also want an escape hatch if it turns out they were defrauded in the formation of the agreement.
Many California residents also happen to be business owners. Any number of issues can have an impact on a company's bottom line and perhaps even place a business owner's best interests at risk. One such issue is divorce.
Boundary line fences have a long history of generating disputes between neighbors. One neighbor wants to change the location, another wants a particular style of fence. One wants nothing to do with the maintenance, another seeks pristine maintenance. All of these create strife and foster hostility between neighbors.
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, congratulates Principal Guillermo A. Escobedo, who was appointed Vice President of the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association (SDLRLA).
Thompson Coburn’s Los Angeles office has received a top 10 ranking in the city-specific rankings for The American Lawyer’s Midlevel Associates Survey, which evaluates the satisfaction levels of third-, fourth- and fifth-year associates at Am Law 200 firms.
Pillsbury has recruited well-known California insurance litigators Steven Knott and Joan Cotkin to join the firm’s Los Angeles office and the firm’s market leading national Insurance Recovery & Advisory practice.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP shareholders Rick L. Shackelford and Daniell K. Newman present on the latest trends and legal developments in consumer products class action litigation at Greenberg Traurig’s Los Angeles office and broadcast via webinar.
Paul Rawlinson, Global Chair of leading global law firm Baker McKenzie has been named as a Male Champion of Women in Business while Partners Joanna (Jo) Ludlam and Sue McLean have been named Female Champions by the Financial Times and HERoes, a gender-equality initiative.