Jason J.L. Yang’s Guides

Jason J.L. Yang

City Of Industry Litigation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 12
  1. Filing Motions

    Written by attorney Jason Yang, about 3 years ago.

    When you file a motion, you are asking the court to do something. All parties in a lawsuit must be given notice of a motion filed with the court. The following are generally the deadlines in filing and serving a motion in a civil case:

  2. Requesting a Jury Trial

    Written by attorney Jason Yang, about 3 years ago.

    A jury trial allows your peers to hear the facts of the case and decide the case by being the triers of facts. In a civil case, if you want a jury trial, you must do the following to secure your right to a jury trial:

  3. The Legal Process and How It Works

    Written by attorney Jason Yang, over 3 years ago.

    In a civil case, a lawsuit begins when a party files a complaint at the courthouse. A complaint is a demand that a party is makes against other parties. The party making the demand is called the plaintiff. The party whom the demand is being made against is called the defendant. T...

  4. Do I Look Like a Bank to You? How to Properly Lend Money to Someone

    Written by attorney Jason Yang, over 3 years ago.

    The only reason you would ever consider lending money to someone, whether it be a friend, family or co-worker, is that you expect to get the money back. No one in their right mind would lend money to someone knowing that they will never see a penny of it again. So how do you increase your chances of

  5. It's Small Potatoes But It's Good - The Benefits of Small Claim Courts

    Written by attorney Jason Yang, over 3 years ago.

    In California, if you have a case that is worth less than $7,500.00, you should consider having your case heard by a small claims judge. The reasons for you to consider having a case heard in a small claims court are as follows: