Real Estate Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 Many apartment building landlords utilize a resident manager to manage day-to-day operations. The resident managers are commonly provided rent-free or reduced-rent accommodations in exchange for performance managerial duties.
Real Estate Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 Five years after the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act was passed, the California Court of Appeal recently published its first opinion interpreting the Act in depth. The PTFA,
by Nicholas Kanter & Robert A. Hull, Esq. November 27, 2013 In 1986, New York hip hoppers the Beastie Boys released Licensed to Ill, the first rap LP to top the Billboard album chart, selling
Real Estate Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 A recent decision from the California Court of Appeals should give commercial landlords pause before providing estimated common area maintenance charges (CAM) and other lease expenses to prospective tenants.
IP Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 On Friday, the Second Circuit ruled that the owner of a motivation services business (Simone Kelly-Brown) can continue with her trademark infringement lawsuit against media mogul Oprah Winfrey. Kelly-Brown
Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 A political organization recently learned the hard way that possession, including possession of intellectual property, is nine-tenths of the law. In January, after helping President Obama win reelection, Obama for
by Nicholas Kanter & Tal Grinblat March 13, 2013 A trademark is a word, phrase, design, logo, sound or color used to identify the source of a party’s goods or services. For many companies, their
Real Estate Litigation Attorney by Nicholas Kanter 818-907-3289 When challenging a foreclosure sale, property owners look to defects or irregularities in the foreclosure process, which is strictly regulated by California’s Civil Code, to have the sale
Los Angeles Business Litigation Attorney February 3, 2012 by Nicholas Kanter Joe Francis, the founder of Girls Gone Wild, just sent a cease and desist letter to Madonna, NBC and the National Football League threatening
IP Business Litigation Lawyer Nicholas Kanter 818.907.3289 The Ninth Circuit recently reaffirmed a company’s ability to use a license agreement to significantly restrict customers’ use of its software. In Apple, Inc. v. Pystar Corporation (filed September 28,