BWB&O served as litigation counsel to a national real estate brokerage and its agents in relation to a legal dispute over their performance in a series of related commercial real estate transactions. The action stemmed from Plaintiffs, who were the subsequent owners and landlords of a property in which BWB&O’s clients were claimed to have failed to perform their obligations as brokers in the transactions at issue. BWB&O moved for Motion for Summary Judgment as to the Plaintiffs’ seven causes of action against its clients. The action included claims for breach of fiduciary duty, constructive fraud, professional negligence, negligent misrepresentation, fraudulent concealment, breach of written contract, and violation of Business and Professions Code section 17200.
After reviewing the Motion filed by BWB&O and considering the arguments presented, the court granted BWB&O’s motion in its entirety, finding BWB&O successfully argued the Plaintiffs lacked any legal standing to assert the claims being pursued. A total victory on behalf of BWBO’s clients.