A Powerful Tool for Due Diligence in Real Estate and Business Transactions | California Public Records Act

The California Public Records Act promotes transparency, accountability, and public access to government records. A public records request (PRR) can be a useful tool in undertaking due diligence in real estate and business transactions. With a PRR you can verify facts, find documents, and trace history. You can vet the parties with whom you want […]

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Striking a Balance: The Benefits and Drawbacks of Perfectionism

Perfectionism is a trait that can be both beneficial and detrimental depending on the situation. In some cases, such as drafting contracts or answers to written discovery, striving for perfection is necessary to ensure accuracy and precision. However, in other situations, aiming for perfection can result in wasted time, increased expenses, and lost opportunities. The Imperfection […]

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Navigating Boundary Disputes in Southern California: Tips and Guidance

Whether you have owned your Southern California property for years or recently acquired it, you could find yourself dealing with a boundary dispute at some point. Real estate boundary disputes can be complex and emotionally charged, especially in Southern California, where property values are high. Disputes Over Boundaries Between Neighbors: How Do They Begin? Boundary […]

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Protecting Your Right to be Seen: Out-of-Home Advertising and Roadways

OOH Through the Ages Out-of-home (OOH) advertising dates back to the earliest civilizations. By World War II, roadside signs had become ubiquitous, and advertisers sought out more creative ways to grab drivers' attention. In speaking with jurors in eminent domain cases, we learned that roughly 25% of people like billboards. About 50% think they are […]

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