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November 2012 Archives

Tribe pays for developer not to open quarry in Riverside

Encino residents with commercial real estate concerns may be interested in the recent resolution of a dispute in Riverside County. For years now, the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians and a company called Granite Construction have been at odds over the site of a proposed rock quarry.

Commercial lease disputes bring restaurant closures in Malibu

Small business is heating up in Malibu, but not necessarily in a good way. In fact, small businesses in the area say the rent they pay on commercial real estate is too high to make a good profit. The result, according to some, is that locally owned establishments are closing down while too many high-end retail shops pick up the slack and drive away local business.

Buyer drops bid for historic Frank Lloyd Wright house

Whether you're dealing with a residence or commercial building, the sale of real property can pose some serious challenges for buyers and sellers alike, especially if there is a push to make the property a historic landmark. That is the case for the home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son and daughter-in-law.

The Hopper DVR at the center of breach of contract dispute

After two businesses sign off on a contract, exactly how is it determined that a breach of contract caused one of those businesses irreparable harm? That was the question recently in a Los Angeles court, where Dish Network Corp. and News Corp.'s Fox were at odds over Dish's new product, the Hopper.

How can California businesses prevent internal fraud?

Every business with employees has to confront the possibility of internal fraud. When this kind of illegal activity is discovered, business owners can find themselves in time-consuming litigation that distracts from what should be their main priority: growing the business.

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