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11 09, 2017

Understanding the Rules on the Use of Arbitration Clauses to Prevent Class Actions

By | 2017-09-11T05:36:29+00:00 September 11th, 2017|Business Litigation|Comments Off on Understanding the Rules on the Use of Arbitration Clauses to Prevent Class Actions

Our experienced San Diego business litigation attorneys provide representation to plaintiffs who wish to use the court system to pursue a legal remedy, as well as to defendants who are being sued. The court system offers the opportunity for plaintiffs to pursue their claims and obtain justice against those who have harmed them physically or [...]

11 09, 2017

What Does Burden of Proof Mean in Business Litigation?

By | 2017-09-11T05:32:29+00:00 September 11th, 2017|Business Litigation|Comments Off on What Does Burden of Proof Mean in Business Litigation?

The aggressive and respected San Diego business litigation attorneys at Gehres Law Group, P.C. provide representation if you are being sued or if you must initiate litigation as a plaintiff to protect your interests. Business disputes are decided within the civil court system, mediation or arbitration, and both plaintiffs and defendants must understand the requirements [...]

31 07, 2017

Can a San Diego Business Litigation Attorney Help if Your Company is Sued?

By | 2017-09-11T05:40:20+00:00 July 31st, 2017|Business Litigation|Comments Off on Can a San Diego Business Litigation Attorney Help if Your Company is Sued?

A San Diego business litigation attorney can provide legal representation to companies involved in a variety of disputes. Businesses can be sued for many different reasons, whether the lawsuit arises from an alleged breach of contract, a personal injury or allegations made by a disgruntled employee. While there are a myriad of possible causes of [...]

27 06, 2017

TOP 7 EXCEPTIONS TO THE HEARSAY RULE

By | 2017-09-12T01:10:39+00:00 June 27th, 2017|Business Litigation, Civil Litigation|Comments Off on TOP 7 EXCEPTIONS TO THE HEARSAY RULE

Hearsay is defined as an out-of-court statement introduced to prove the truth of its contents. In a prior article, we discussed out-of-court statements which did not constitute hearsay and, therefore, are admissible in evidence. As an example, an offer made by a seller to sell his car to a prospective buyer for $5000, and the [...]

21 06, 2017

Want to Make a Federal Case of it?

By | 2017-09-11T05:42:21+00:00 June 21st, 2017|Business Litigation, Civil Litigation|Comments Off on Want to Make a Federal Case of it?

It amuses me when I find myself resorting to one of the many “sayings” or “expressions” I learned early in my childhood, and have always understood, but the derivation of which I did not bother to investigate or learn until much later. Just now, for example, remembering how my mother would say “I don’t want [...]