Orange County trial lawyers provide legal representation to clients who wish to pursue legal action or to clients who have been named as defendants in a civil case and who must try to avoid a court finding in the plaintiff s favor. An attorney can help defendants with a wide variety of different types of claims. Many [ ] The post Understanding Constructive Fraud in California appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
Irvine trial attorneys provide representation to individuals and businesses involved in disputes. Some of these disputes are resolved outside of court through the negotiation of a settlement. Others are resolved in litigation and a judge or jury makes a decision based on the evidence presented and the law applied to that evidence. One rule of [ ] The post Understanding Equitable Estoppel in California appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
An Irvine business litigation attorney 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 a contract that guaranteed a set amount of payment, the company [ ] The post What is Quantum Meruit in California? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
A California Federal Judge dismissed most all of of the false advertising class action against e cig manufacturers in the federal case of In Re Fontem US, Inc. Consumer Class Action Litigation. Click here to read the lawsuit. The case involves a proposed class action lawsuit against numerous e cigarette manufacturers, including Blu E Cigs, of [ ] The post California Federal Judge Dismissed Most All of False Advertising Class Action Against E Cig Manufacturers appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
The 5 Important Things To Do Before Filing for Divorce in California Understand your marital estate (all your stuff). Before consulting with a divorce lawyer, one of the most important things you can do is to understand the extent of your marital estate. The marital estate is typically composed of the assets and debts you [ ] The post The 5 Important Things To Do Before Filing for Divorce in California appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
Incorporating in California v. Nevada Choosing to establish a business as a formal legal entity is a big decision. Business owners have several different types of business entities to choose from, along with deciding which state they should form their entity in. When entrepreneurs in California make the decision to form a corporation, they often ask [ ] The post Incorporating in California v. Nevada appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
At the end of a marriage, many different things have to be decided. You can turn all of the decisions over to the court, if you wish to do so- but this is going to be a time consuming and expensive way to make choices and it could end up with both you and your spouse being very unhappy. You could also try to make decisions on your own for a divorce settlement agreement and parenting plan. It is essentially up to both you and your spouse what you let the judge decide in your California divorce case and what you end up deciding on your own. If you can come to a compromise and create a plan without litigating it, you can save money and everyone is likely to be happier in the long run. An Irvine divorce attorney at Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can provide guidance and assistance in negotiating a divorce settlement and can help you to understand how the judge does make decisions in divorce cases if you end up asking the judge to decide on issues for you. What Does a Judge Decide in a Califo