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June 2017 Archives

Will the Rams and Chargers' stadium delays lead to cost overruns?

Because of the recent draft, the National Basketball Association has the spotlight in the sporting lives of Southern Californians for now. But it will only be a matter of time before the NFL retakes its media foothold later this summer.  When it comes, most talk will center around the Los Angeles Rams and their new neighbor, the Los Angeles Chargers, who moved from San Diego this winter to play (eventually) in the teams’ $2.6 billion stadium in Inglewood.

Is your jury waiver agreement enforceable?

It is not uncommon for small businesses and corporations to enter into agreements that have jury waiver provisions that may apply in the event an aggrieved party files a lawsuit. These provisions are arguably as common as arbitration or mediation requirements. After all, preparing for a jury trial can be much different (and perhaps more costly) than preparing for a bench trial. Because of this, some companies may favor them.

Will Nordstrom return to a privately held company?

It’s no secret that brick and mortar retail outlets continue to struggle as online shopping becomes more mainstream. This trend has some analysts predicting that as many as 25 percent of existing shopping malls may close within the next 20 years. These difficult times have retailers searching for answers to bring customers back to stores.

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