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  • 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 […]

  • business attorney in Los Angeles

    If you own a business in Los Angeles or elsewhere in California, there are numerous legal issues you need to proactively address to ensure your business is not exposed to financial turmoil if an unexpected event or lawsuit arises. There are multiple forms of insurance coverage you could purchase for your business to protect certain aspects of your daily operations. Here are some examples of the types of insurance policies that could benefit your business: […]

  • Business lawyer in Los Angeles

    If you are looking to start a professional business with another individual (oftentimes a close friend, colleague, etc.) in California, one of the first issues that needs to be addressed is whether it makes sense to create a limited liability partnership  (an “LLP”) or go with another structure like a professional corporation.  If you decide to form an LLP, it can provide your partnership with an opportunity to build and maintain a strong working partnership […]

  • Business lawyer in Los Angeles

    Many people are surprised to learn how common it is for a business to close, not because of bad management, client service, or a bad product, but rather, because of litigation.  While you cannot preclude a third party from suing your business – even if the lawsuit is frivolous – there are specific actions you can take to protect you and your business from significant civil liability.  Here are specific tips on how to protect […]

  • Arbitration has been around for decades, but it has recently become a hot-button issue in California. For example, Google made headlines when 20,000 employees walked off the job to protect the internet giant’s arbitration policy concerning claims of workplace misconduct. You may be asking yourself, “What’s the big deal? Why should I be concerned with an arbitration clause in a business contract?” Well, let’s start at the beginning. Arbitration Explained Arbitration is a wholly private […]

  • Many consumers have grown frustrated and skeptical of large companies and social media platforms neglecting to take necessary measures to protect their personal data. As a result, states are taking action to help fill the void. California is a prime example. The California legislature passed one of the most comprehensive privacy laws in the country, the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). This legislation is set to take effect on January 1, 2020; however, the actual […]

  • If you own a business in California, get ready to comply with a newly enacted set of regulations governing the privacy rights of consumers to certain types of data. The legislation, known as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), is a major piece of privacy legislation that could have more repercussions on U.S. companies and businesses than the landmark General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect in the European Union. Impact of the […]

  • Successful “gig economy” companies like Uber, Lyft, Instacart, and Postmates, have relied on workers who are legally classified as independent contractors. This means they are not employees and, as a result, are not eligible for an array of benefits (e.g., sick leave, vacation time, and health insurance) that is usually accompanied with a full-time, salaried employee position. These gig economy companies have grown exponentially and have enjoyed the reduced administrative burden and fixed costs associated […]

  • Contracts are essential in the business world.  Enforceable contractual agreements will hold companies or individuals legally accountable for promises to perform certain actions or payment obligations.  At the same time, mistakes can be made in preparing and executing contractual agreements.  This can result in the contract, or portions thereof, being held unenforceable, or it could lead to your business being required to do something against your intentions. Invalid Contract A contract can be deemed unenforceable […]

  • Many business owners choose to incorporate their business to avoid personal liability for the debts and liabilities of the business. When done properly, the business is a separate and distinct entity from its owners. However, if the owners are not careful with certain corporate formalities and fail to adequately capitalize the company, a third party may be able to “pierce the corporate veil,” which would shatter the protection of the corporate structure. To the extent […]

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