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According to a survey by FindLaw.com, boundary disputes constitute approximately 17% of real estate issues between neighbors. Where your property begins and ends is a very common dispute between homeowners and their neighbors.

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In 2019, approximately 1,400 new trade secret cases were filed in federal courts across the United States. Plaintiffs who were successful in their trade secret claims were awarded over $45 million in total. Trade secrets can include methods, techniques, programs, processes, patterns, and devices.

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In a recent case, Wood Litigation, APC joined forces with the Law Offices of David H. Schwartz in representing founders of a digital marketing company. The founders were forced to sell their shares in a cash-out merger before the marketing company experienced exponential growth. As a result of being forced-out, the founders missed out on the company’s sale years later, ...

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The firm represents property owners and employers, which made the firm the best candidate to represent owners of apartment buildings in San Francisco and Marin who were sued by maintenance workers for wage and hour violations. Plaintiff-maintenance workers claimed they were misclassified by the apartment building owners as independent contractors instead of employees, depriving them of pay for overtime, rest ...

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One of the firm’s focus areas is representing developers who are having trouble getting permits from the San Francisco Planning Commission. Land use firms from all over the Bay Area refer their clients to us when they’ve hit a brick wall. That is exactly what happened in the case of the United Methodist Church at 1601 Larkin St., now under ...

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On June 8, 2017, after six days of trial and three hours of deliberations, a panel of twelve jurors in San Francisco Superior Court found in favor of Plaintiff, ENA North Beach, on its claims for intentional misrepresentation, concealment, and breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and awarded Plaintiff ENA North Beach actual damages in the ...

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