Encroachment or Nuisance Concerning Your Real Property

As a real property owner, you need to actively protect your real property and ensure that no one infringes on the rights established by your real property ownership. Two of the most common issues that property owners face is Encroachment and Nuisance. The term encroachment refers to a situation in real estate where a property owner violates the property rights of his neighbor by building on or extending a structure to the neighbor's land or property intentionally or otherwise. This can quite often happen mistakenly because of unclear property boundaries, but it is important to address because it could significantly affect the value of your property. A private nuisance occurs when the plaintiff’s use and enjoyment of his or her

2021-05-18T17:00:53+00:00May 18th, 2021|

Transactional and Trial Attorneys

Transactional lawyers counsel individuals and businesses on the legal issues generated by their business dealings or personal activities (i.e. contract drafting and review). Civil litigation attorneys, also known as litigators or trial lawyers, represent plaintiffs and defendants in civil lawsuits. Trial lawyers manage all phases of litigation from the initial investigation, court filings, and discovery through the pre-trial, trial, settlement, and appeal processes. Most law firms only handle one or the other. We are a law firm that handles both. Our firm has significant transactional and trial experience. For that reason, clients seek our advice on a wide range of transaction and civil litigation issues, without having to deal with multiple attorneys. Contact Thaler Law Contact us by phone at

2021-04-19T06:15:13+00:00April 16th, 2021|

Expert Contract Drafting and Review, Plus Representation in Lawsuits for Breach of Contract

Thaler Law offers expert contract drafting and review. In addition, if you are involved in a lawsuit concerning a breach of contract or a business dispute, Thaler Law offers experienced litigation representation. California Civil Code section 1549 provides that “[a] contract is an agreement to do or not to do a certain thing.” Courts have defined the term as follows: “A contract is a voluntary and lawful agreement, by competent parties, for a good consideration, to do or not to do a specified thing.” Robinson v. Magee (1858) 9 Cal. 81, 83. California Civil Code section 1622 provides that “all contracts may be oral, except such as are specially required by statute to be in writing.” Evidence of a contract

2021-02-11T18:46:22+00:00February 11th, 2021|

Contract Drafting and Review

Not every promise requires a contract. But even if you trust the other party, terms can still be forgotten or contested. In addition, the specific language of a contract and the terms within can be very important in enforcing the contract in the event of a breach. California Civil Code section 1549 provides that “[a] contract is an agreement to do or not to do a certain thing.” Courts have defined the term as follows: “A contract is a voluntary and lawful agreement, by competent parties, for a good consideration, to do or not to do a specified thing.” Robinson v. Magee (1858) 9 Cal. 81, 83. California Civil Code section 1622 provides that “all contracts may be oral, except

2020-09-18T10:33:08+00:00February 12th, 2020|

The facts about discrimination suits for california employess

On behalf of Thaler Law on Monday, September 9, 2019. In America today, common sense tells you that the cost for any form of workplace discrimination is likely to be high, both personally and professionally. There’s probably going to be shaming on social media and possibly a lawsuit. The chance of a lawsuit increases exponentially with the size of the business. Here in California, there are several laws at play in a discrimination suit. If your business is currently at risk in terms of a discrimination suit, consider discussing your options with an experienced lawyer. But first, it’s important to understand the facts. What individuals are protected? Individuals cannot be discriminated against based on the following characteristics: race, ancestry, religion,

2019-10-30T14:37:50+00:00September 9th, 2019|

Using preprinted contracts may not be good for business

On behalf of Thaler Law posted in contracts on Tuesday, August 20, 2019. Running a successful small business is not easy, which is why many California business owners often look for ways they can save time and money. One way they may do this is by using preprinted contracts when negotiating and formalizing business transactions. Simply printing off a pre-made contract seems like a good idea, but in reality, it may not be the best choice. In simple and straightforward transactions or in situations where two familiar parties are repeating the same transaction again, a pre-made contract could work. Sometimes, all that is necessary is a simple explanation of the rights, expectations and benefits of both parties. In these cases,

2020-04-25T11:27:27+00:00August 20th, 2019|

Writing contracts to ensure that businesses get paid

On behalf of Thaler Law posted in business formation on Tuesday, July 23, 2019. When it comes to legal agreements, it's important for a business to take the time to ensure that the terms of the agreement meet its needs and allow for continued cooperation between the two parties. One of the most difficult challenges that a California company may face is securing payment from clients. Strong contracts can help a company get payment from its customers and clients in a timely manner. One important note is to ensure that any contract clearly spells out the terms of the sale and what actions should trigger payment from a customer. It will also help to ensure that a contract clearly spells

2019-10-30T14:27:23+00:00July 23rd, 2019|

When should a business include and NDA in employment contracts?

On behalf of Thaler Law posted in business formation on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Businesses can take certain steps to ensure important information is protected and they secure the specific things that give them a competitive edge over California competitors. One option involves employment contracts, and for some businesses, this means including nondisclosure terms in the contract or writing separate nondisclosure agreements for employees to sign. NDAs can be useful tools for various types of businesses. These contracts allow a California business to keep its important information safe in the event that an employee who has access to this information leaves the company. It's a smart way to keep everything from client lists to secret formulas in the right place.

2019-10-30T15:09:41+00:00June 27th, 2019|

Strong contracts result in fewer employee disputes

On behalf of Thaler Law posted in business formation on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. California business owners understand the importance of reducing legal complications whenever possible. One way to do this is by having strong employment contracts. When carefully and thoughtfully drafted, these are tools that business owners can use to protect their legal interests and clearly outline each party's rights and responsibilities. Employee contracts provide an explanation of what an employee can and cannot do, specifically when leaving the company. For example, a nonsolicitation clause can prevent a frustrated employee from encouraging others to leave the company or taking important information with him or her when leaving. Additionally, it is possible to include terms that will mandate all disputes

2019-10-30T15:06:15+00:00May 28th, 2019|
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