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Charles Alexander Naegele

Charles Naegele’s Legal Cases

4 total

  • Won Case For Client At Trial

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy and debt
    Outcome:
    Favorable Judgment For Client
    Description:
    Client was sued in bankruptcy for fraud in connection with borrowing of money. After two motions to dismiss, the opposing party’s claims were reduced from five claims to only one claim. After a one day trial, the court found no fraud in connection with the borrowing of money, and the client won a judgment in his favor.
  • Reinstated Suspended LLC

    Practice Area:
    Corporate and incorporation
    Outcome:
    Reinstated LLC, Drafted Operating Agreement, and Issued Membership Interests
    Description:
    Following the transfer of a business from one owner to another, brought LLC from suspended status to active status with California Secretary of State by paying all back taxes. Drafted LLC Operating Agreement, issued membership interests, and created corporate structure going forward.
  • Filed Lawsuit To Prevent Foreclosure

    Practice Area:
    Litigation
    Outcome:
    Favorable Resolution By Grant Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure
    Description:
    Following unsuccessful negotiations with opposing party outside of court, filed suit in federal court under diversity jurisdiction and federal declaratory judgment act. Following the filing of the lawsuit, the parties resumed negotiations and, with the threat of pending litigation and potentially millions of dollars of damages, the parties settled on terms favorable to Client.
  • Successful Representation of IRS Audit

    Practice Area:
    Tax
    Outcome:
    IRS Granted Audit Reconsideration and Additional Deductions
    Description:
    Client had received and signed a final IRS audit report and wanted to challenge audit result. Filed audit reconsideration request and amended returns. Stopped collection activity with collection due process hearing request pending results of audit reconsideration. Audit reconsideration hearing was granted, and got new audit hearing. Following revised audit hearing, prevailed on legal argument and was granted additional deductions.