Litigation Related Blogs

There is a Price to be Paid for Breach of Contract

There is a Price to be Paid for Breach of Contract A recent appellate court […]

Lis Pendens on Constructive Trust Cause of Action

Lis Pendens on Constructive Trust Cause of Action A recent appellate court decision allowed a […]

Reversing a Trial Court Judgment

Reversal Of Trial Court Judgment in Property Ownership Dispute

Dispute over Ownership of Real Property In the recent case of McMillin v. Eare, the […]

What Is A Writ & When Can it Be Applied During An Appeal?

What is a Writ & When Can it Be Applied During An Appeal?

What is a Writ ? A writ can have many means.  Most commonly, in the […]

How the courtroom has changed since the pandemic

How the Courtroom Has Changed Since the Pandemic

Last month we interviewed Schorr Law’s lead trial attorney, Zachary Schorr, to catch up on […]

Brown v. Montage's Prohibition on Short Term Rentals

HOA Cannot Change Rules to Prohibit Short Term Rentals –Brown v. Montage

In the recent 2021 case of Brown v. Montage at Mission Hills, Inc., the Fourth […]

Regulatory Taking Claimant Successful on Appeal to Supreme Court

California Supreme Court Says Regulatory Taking Ripe

Can a regulatory taking claim be filed even if the claimant has failed to comply […]

How Long Does It Take to File a Complaint?

How Long Does It Take to File a Complaint?

Can you file a complaint in a couple of days? In one day? Can it […]

My First Successful Videoconference Trial (Zoom)

My First Successful Trial by Videoconference (Zoom)

Earlier this year Schorr Law had its first trial by videoconference in Merced County, California. […]

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