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Attorney Steve Vondran, The Real Estate Lawyer, explains what happens when two Reatlors are having a dispute and need to file for board arbitration with the local association of which the agents are members. Also discussed is C.A.R. interboard mediation and Realtor code of ethics is touched on. This if great information for any real estate broker or sales agent in California. Keep in mind, you have a right to "due process" at these hearings and a right to be represented by legal counsel if you so desire. Our firm helps with real estate investigations, accusations, board arbitrations, mediations, ethics hearings and general real estate litigation. Call us at (877) 276-5084 or find our more information at http://www.BrokerCounsel.com
Arbitration is a method to resolve disputes outside of court. Often times it is contract-based. Did you know that many times employers make job offers contingent upon signing such agreements? Have you wondered whether an employee is required to sign an arbitration agreement? Do you know the difference between binding and non-binding arbitration? Join Bill and Rick for a discussion about arbitration agreements generally, as well as how they relate to the employer-employee relationship.
If you are considering filing a lawsuit or have been named as a defendant in a pending litigation case, it is important to be aware of alternative methods to resolve the conflict besides trial. Mediation and arbitration are alternative ways to resolve lawsuits – This podcast with Lance Ziebell will explore both alternatives, explaining each, how they work and the benefits.
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Guest Susan Barilich is an experienced trial attorney, who has been licensed to practice law since 1981. Ms. Barilich is the principal and founder of Susan Barilich, P.C., a law firm specializing in trial work, with an emphasis on business and commercial litigation, including simple and complex contract disputes, business torts, such as fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, and collection matters, including judgment collection, bankruptcy adversary proceedings, and fraudulent transfer cases.
Ms. Barilich’s cases also cover a broad range of disputes involving real estate litigation, including land use disputes, covenants and restrictions, homeowners’ association issues, construction litigation and arbitration, title and boundary claims, commercial and residential real estate foreclosure disputes, commercial and residential landlord-tenant issues, and real estate contract disputes involving specific performance, breach, broker commissions, and other enforcement matters.
Ms. Barilich is licensed to practice law in California and in Texas, as well as in multiple U.S. District Courts and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts sitting in both States. Ms. Barilich is also an American Arbitration Association arbitrator.
Susan Barilich was born in South Bend, Indiana. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Indiana University, magna cum laude, and her law degree from the University of Houston Law School.
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Join Chris and Timmy as we span the hockey world even in the most difficult of times. No one ever quite knows what guests we will find and from what part of the hockey world. THW Live is a show that always comes from the edge and leaves you thinking for at least a little bit.
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This Sunday Night we talk to Colin Fitts of The Hockey Writers about the Nashville Predators, fantasy hockey and more. Plus we tackle arbitration, the latest hockey news, and even talk about wedding nuptials? Yes we are! See you at 8pm ET.....come join us!
Joe Blanton was the big piece of news on this week's podcast, which means we were reliant on questions from listeners to cover a large portion of the broadcast.
It also gave me time to outline the rules for old friend status, among other questions, and we briefly discussed the Dodgers settling with all of their salary arbitration-eligible players. Also, if you listen hard enough you can hear the palpable disappointment in Jacob's voice as I reveal that I have not seen a single minute nor read a single page ofGame of Thrones.
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Viki Winterton interviews Robert A. Weissman!
Robert is a full-time attorney specializing in construction law representing general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, rental companies and other trade and design professionals, spec builders and owners in connection with public (state, local and federal) and private (residential, commercial and industrial property) from contract preparation, negotiation, course of construction issues and disputes and in mediation, arbitration and litigation (including breach of contract, change order, extra work, delay, defective work and performance disputes; foreclosure of mechanics’ liens, enforcement of stop payment notices, payment bonds and subdivision improvement and similar bonds), substitution hearings, CSLB matters, other bond claims, bid protests and claims against public entities.
Weissman also represents real estate investors in a wide variety of matters starting with contract advice and review, dispute resolution, finding solutions to complex or simple problems, in mediation, arbitration and litigation of those disputes.
Weissman is peer rated AV® Rated Preeminent (the highest rating available) by Martindale-Hubbell; 1985-present and was recently selected as a “Super Lawyer” in Construction Litigation to the 2015 Southern California Super Lawyers.
Weissman is a real estate and bond investor. His real estate investments include single-family homes in California and Arizona, townhouses and small multi-family in Arizona, commercial buildings in California, modular homes in North Dakota and infills in Calgary, Canada.
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Merchants who use screwed up “tele-check” type companies;
Meijer’s big box chain and some words for the wise shopper;
Inability of employees to identify items in a grocery or retail store;
Scanners and bar codes, not doing that for which they were designed;
Consumer Protection: U.S. Supreme Court and arbitration clauses;
Identity theft and awareness: How to protect your personal information;
Taking back roads, highways and using maps, too much for the “safe” generation;
What is happening to Christmas ornaments and decoration departments in stores;
Fun and simple things about Christmas, that shouldn’t stress us out at all;
Alcohol and the dangers in abuse during the holidays, too often a taboo topic;
Fact checking the fact checkers and pointing out bias and hypocrisy.
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Parties can resolve their differences outside of court even after litigation has begun, and whether it’s at the initial proceeding or getting close to trial. There is arbitration and mediation which may assist or completely resolve the issues in dispute. Depending on the dollar amount alleged in a case, a case may be mandated to go to arbitration. Arbitration is more like a trial, and mediation is more like a settlement conference. At the arbitration, you will present evidence and ask questions of the parties. However, a mediation is more like a settlement conference, in which the mediator listens to both parties’ arguments, but seeks to problem solve and create resolution for the parties. In this podcast, attorney Heidi Kuffel discusses both of these legal solutions.
FanRag Sports Page is hosted by Pat Whitehurst and takes on the hottest topics across the sports world.As arbitration hearings begin across the NHL, FanRag Sports hockey expert Franklin Steele joins the Sports Page to discuss potential outcomes and the impact the hearings will have on how clubs like the New York Rangers, Montreal Canadiens, and Pittsburgh Penguins. The panel will also discuss and debate the legacy of new Chicago Blackhawks forward Brad Richards in regards to the salary cap era with live callers.
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Talk turns to NFL Training Camps as Stephen Sheehan and Scott Poppen join the episode to discuss the Bills, Bears, and some fantasy football.
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This week, RotoRob is joined by RotoRob.com Writer Michael Seff as we discuss how the 2016 Baseball Hallf of Fame class is shaping up. We'll also discuss a few pending arbitration cases and recap the 2015 Hall of Fame results
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What is a subpoena?
Attorney Steve explains what a subpoena is and how to respond in this episode of "Vondran Legal Hour." If yo uhave been served with a subpoena or need to serve one, we can help. Find us on the web at www.AskAttorneySteve.com
Motion to Quash
When you are served with a subpoena, one thing you might need to do is to file a motion to quash. This is a motion you file with the relevant court to demand that you do not have to follow the subpoena or respond to it. You might also need to file a motion for a protective order (to limit the production or use of documents requested in the subpoena). Our arbitration and litigation law firm can help you file or respond to these types of motions.
Another possiblity when responding to a subpoena is to seek a confidentiality agreement with the party that served the subpoena. in other words, reach a written agreement to limit how the produced documents are used in the litigation, and for example, to make sure the documents are shredded at the end.
Request for Production of Documents
Where you have two parties litigating against each other in a case (ex. a Plaintiff vs. Defendant or Complainant vs. Respondent), you may be able to send the other party "request for production / inspection of documents. This is basically the same thing as serving a subpoena. As party to a case, they will usually be required to answer.
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