Actor Stephen Dorff Puts Malibu Home Back on the Market at $8M After Price Chop
Actor Stephen Dorff recently relisted his beachfront Malibu home for $7.98 million
Dorff first listed his Los Angeles-area home for $8.45 million last year, but the beautiful La Costa Beach residence didn’t find the right buyer. Now, the Midcentury Modern beach house is available once again at a reduced price.
The impressive post-and-beam style home was designed by Buff & Hensman in the 1960s and features a stained wood exterior with cedar shingles. Inside, the Midcentury aesthetic continues with walls of glass windows, tongue-and-groove ceilings, and a sunken living room with a fireplace.
Beyond offering incredible views of the ocean, the striking three-bedroom, three-bath home is accented with tile and carpet floors and a statement-making…
Names Of Police Officers Involved In Pepper Spraying Incident Ordered Released.
A labor union representing University of California police officers filed a petition for writ of mandate from a trial court order requiring the release of unredacted reports containing the names of UC police officers under the California Public Records Act [CPRA; Government Code section 6250], to the Los Angeles Times and Sacramento Bee.
Evictions Suspended for the Holidays
Both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have announced the suspension of eviction lockouts for single-family and two- to four-unit properties for the holiday season. The moratorium will begin December 17 and end January 2. Fannie Mae said it will allow legal and administrative...
Mortgage Rate Rally May Be Pausing
First things first: the average mortgage lender improved modestly today, compared to last Friday's levels. This leaves mortgage rates at their lowest levels in several months. That's great news and indeed, the last few weeks have been the best few weeks we...
Employment Arbitration Agreement Unconscionable.
When plaintiff applied for a job as a property manager, she signed an arbitration agreement which was part of the employment application. It barred class action disputes, provided that all claims had to be filed within one year, was presented on a take it or leave it basis, and stated the employer “has implemented an arbitration procedure to provide quick, fair, final and binding resolution of employment-related legal claims.”
Treble Damages To Salespersons Who Had No Written Contract.
Plaintiff agreed to use his experience and connections in the high-tech electronic industry to help grow a company owned by defendants. Plaintiff prepared a written document outlining the business relationship with defendants, which included his understanding he would receive 50 percent of the net profits from all sales resulting from his efforts and contacts.