Category: Business Litigation
Top Business Lawyers in Orange County
Some of the world’s largest companies call Orange County, CA home, while thousands of additional businesses are also headquartered in our neck of the woods. From Boeing to Bank of America, Corp., to major retailers including Target and Walmart, business is typically booming in Orange County. Whether you’re a startup, small business owner, or employ […]READ MORE
Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPP Suits) in California
Far too often litigants file lawsuits strategically for the purpose of chilling a person’s free speech and expression. These lawsuits are commonly described using the acronym SLAPP, or “Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation.” The threat of these lawsuits presents potential defendants with choice of either curtailing their constitutionally protected speech, or undergoing a lengthy and […]READ MORE
Top-Rated Trial Lawyers Southern California
It is estimated that more than 90% of legal claims never make it to trial. There are plenty of reasons why cases are never heard before a jury. Most often, a settlement between parties can be reached through negotiation. In other cases, legal disputes are resolved through alternate dispute resolution including mediation or arbitration. Other […]READ MORE
Top Business Lawyers Orange County
Whether you’re a startup, small business owner, or employ thousands in Orange County, chances are at some point you’re going to need the counsel of top business lawyers in Orange County. Some of the world’s largest companies call Orange County, CA home, while thousands of additional businesses are also headquartered in our neck of the […]READ MORE
Southern California Corporate Attorneys
Southern California corporate attorneys are lawyers who have significant expertise in corporate and commercial law. It is the responsibility of a Southern California corporate attorney to ensure that the companies they represent are complying with corporate laws and regulations. Corporate attorneys may work in conjunction with a company’s legal team or may represent companies who do not […]READ MORE
How To Win A Business Litigation Case – Expert Trial Attorney Greg Brown on ‘You Can Win In Court’ Podcast
Expert Trial Attorney Greg Brown on How to Win A Business Litigation Case With ‘You Can Win in Court’ Podcast Host, Dr. Petra Deeter. Getting Legal Help Brown & Charbonneau, LLP represents individuals as well as large and small companies in cases involving all forms of business disputes. If you are involved in a business […]READ MORE
What is Quantum Meruit in California?
This article helps to define and describe the legal doctrine of quantum meruit. Business Litigation attorneys provides assistance in situations where a company claims it is owed payment for services rendered or products provided. In some cases, a company will provide a product or service and will not be paid for it. If there was […]READ MORE
What is a Breach of Contract in California?
A contract is a legal agreement between two parties that establishes obligations for both parties. Each person or company who enters into a contract has both the duty to fulfill contract requirements and a right to expect that the other party will live up to his end of the bargain. When a party to a […]READ MORE
What Happens if a Fiduciary Duty is Breached?
An Orange County fiduciary duty attorney can provide help in situations when a fiduciary duty exists and may have been breached. There are many situations where a fiduciary duty exists. For example, attorneys have a fiduciary duty to clients; partners have a fiduciary duty to each other; corporations have a fiduciary duty to shareholders; and corporate […]READ MORE
Force Majeure and COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing new relevance to an old contractual principal, “Force Majeure.” This clause discharges certain contractual obligations upon the occurrence of a force majeure event. What obligations are discharged and under what circumstances depend on the language of the specific force majeure clause. These clauses are often included in contracts but historically […]READ MORE