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  • Employment lawyer Los Angeles

    In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, workplace safety and cleanliness have become extremely important, even life-saving in certain instances. Hence, is critically important for business owners to be proactive and implement infectious disease prevention measures to promote an overall safer work environment for their employees. It is also important to understand that business owners have a legal obligation to provide a safe and sanitary work environment to employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Act […]

  • Business Lawyer in Los Angeles

    The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 was passed by Congress and signed into law by the President recently. The PPPFA was passed in order to address a number of significant issues related to its progenitor, the Paycheck Protection Program. The original PPP program was a pillar of the landmark $2.2 trillion CARES Act aimed at helping small business owners and average Americans financially during the Coronavirus pandemic. The PPPFA modifies the PPP program […]

  • Business Contract Lawyer in Los Angeles

    Every day, there are negotiations that result in business contracts being formed and subsequent actions wheresuch contracts are breached. If you encounter the latter situation, what should you do and what legal rights do you have? Most entrepreneurs and businesses have a reasonable expectation that the other partyengaged in a business contract will fulfill its contractual obligations.Unfortunately, this does not always happen. What Exactly is a Breach of Contract? A breach of contract occurs when […]

  • Business Contract Lawyer in Los Angeles

    The Coronavirus pandemic has created chaos and uncertainty for businesses in Los Angeles and across the globe. Many business owners are trying to navigate their way through these challenging circumstances while other business owners have made the difficult decision to close their businesses. The ramifications of this pandemic are far-reaching, including putting many business owners into the unfortunate position of deciding whether to breach a contract or be on the other side of a breached […]

  • The New Employee Retention Payroll Tax Credit

    The landmark $2.2 trillion CARES Act passed by Congress was designed to try and help support U.S. businesses and workers during the Coronavirus pandemic. The massive legislation includes an array of financial incentives and loan programs for business owners, including people who own startup businesses. One of these provisions is the Employee Retention Payroll Tax Credit.  This credit is designed to help businesses, including startups, retain employees, even in the face of steep declines in […]

  • business lawyer in Los Angeles

    If your startup is struggling in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, you are not alone. Many startups and small businesses have been hit hard due to the deadly Coronavirus. In an effort to help support businesses, employees, and your average American, Congress passed the  Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”). If you own a startup in or around Los Angeles and are concerned during this difficult period, you may be […]

  • Payroll protection program

    On March 27, 2020, the Corona Virus Relief and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) became effective.  Included within the CARES Act is the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), which authorizes the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) to guarantee loans to certain eligible small businesses.  One of the unique features of the PPP loans is that, unlike traditional SBA loans, the lender may request to have the principal amount of the loan forgiven.  There are limitations on the […]

  • business lawyer in Los Angeles

    If you are a business owner, the ability to effectively interact with and manage your employees is critically important for the long-term success of your business. This is especially true if an employee departs, or is terminated, and the relationship takes a negative turn. It is essential not to act out of emotion and instead operate with the best interests of the business in mind. Why is this so important? Taking certain actions against an […]

  • business lawyer in Los Angeles

    One of the biggest fears many business owners have is the threat of costly and length litigation. Why? Even when a business prevails in a lawsuit, the financial impact of litigating the case could be enough to force the business to close or reduce dramatically in size and scope.  The concerns related to cost and time are big reasons why a large percentage of business owners strongly prefer resolving legal disputes through alternative forums and […]

  • Contract attorney in Los Angeles

    If you are looking to lease commercial property in Los Angeles or elsewhere in California, it is important to enter this process with a strong understanding of your rights and what information must be disclosed to you pursuant to state law. In California, the laws related to property disclosures vary widely depending upon the type of property  and whether the transaction involves a property owner leasing or selling the property. Asbestos Report If you are […]

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