Doron Eghbali
Law Advocate Group, LLP

9701 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 1000
Beverly Hills, CA 90212, United States
Phone: 310-651-3065
Fax: 310-601-7100
Areas of Practice
  • Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law
  • Business Organizations
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Real Estate

What Are Liquidated Damages in California?

Liquidated damages are referred to damages for breach of contract, except in consumer goods and certain real property transactions, determined in advance by parties to the contract. However, in California liquidated damages are…more

What Are Possible Solutions to Limitations of MICRA?

Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act of 1975 (“MICRA”) imposes limitations on the amount of non-economic damages recoverable against a health care provider for medical negligence. MICRA also imposes procedural requirement for…more

What Is Writ of Attachment in California?

Writ of attachment is a pre-judgment provisional remedy that in some circumstances could ensure availability of sufficient assets to satisfy judgment obtained against defendant. There are specific requirements for plaintiff or…more

What Is a Performing Rights Society (ASCAP & BMI)?

Performing Rights Societies (ASCAP & BMI) collect licensing fees from television, radio, restaurants, malls, concert halls, bars, night clubs, colleges, hotels, airplanes and others and pay those fees to writers and publishers…more

Dissolution of a Limited Liability Company ("LLC") in California

The mechanism(s) to dissolve a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) in California is encapsulated, to a large extent, in California Corporations Code Section 17707.01. Nonetheless, the application of the mechanisms set forth in the…more

What Is Summary Judgment In California?

Summary judgment could be a potent tool to substantially damage the case against the defendant or cause a favorable settlement. Nonetheless, not always a Summary Judgment motion is viable or prudent. In this article, we explore,…more

When and How to Form a Joint Venture in California

Often companies with distinct intangible and sometimes tangible “treasures”, e.g. intellectual property, find themselves in need of capital, management, technological expertise or distribution capacity to further exploit such…more

What Is Constructive Trust In Real Estate Litigation?

Constructive trust could be an effective tool when a real estate plaintiff wants to obtain title to a real property. Through constructive trust the court will compel the defendant to convey title to the plaintiff, the rightful…more

Basics of Music Publishing

Music publishing is different from sales of recordings, even though these two are closely related. In this article we explore music-publishing system through rudimentary analysis of how music publishing works and how publishing…more


A plaintiff whose name or likeness has been misappropriated for profit may have a cause of action for misappropriation or violation of right of publicity. Statute and Common Law govern Right of Publicity or Misappropriation of…more

Representations and Warranties in Contracts

Representations and warranties are among contractual mechanisms used to allocate risks between the parties. Representation is a statement of fact intended to induce reliance and action by a party to a contract. Warranty, on the…more

Enforceability of Covenants Not To Compete In California

California law has a troubled relationship with covenants not to compete. Generally, in the absence of a statutory exception, covenants not to compete are unenforceable in California. Covenants are generally promises to do or…more

What Is A Professional Corporation In California?

Forming professional corporations in California involves esoteric rules and regulations. For instance, who could be a shareholder, how many percentage what shareholder could possess, and what businesses could be professional…more

What Is A Professional Corporation In California?

Professional Corporations in California have to comply with rather esoteric rules and regulations. For instance, who could be a shareholder and the percentages of shareholders in such corporations are among some of those…more

How To Handle HOA Disputes Internally

Homeowners Association ("HOA") disputes could morph into protracted costly and legal battles. There are several procedures as set forth in the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act ("Davis Sterling Act") and often HOA…more
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