The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) has sweeping changes and we wanted to highlight how this law might affect your business and what areas you should focus on first and foremost.
New Year Means New Laws for Property Owners in California in 2019: Part III: Environmental Law and Land Use
California lawmakers resisted the federal rule to narrow the Clean Water Act, imposing broader jurisdiction over “wetlands”. As such, waters that are no longer protected under the federal Clean Water Act…
New Year Means New Laws for Property Owners in California in 2019: Part II: Common Interest Developments
2018 legislation brought about many new changes to California property laws. Some important ones to note are in the area of common interest developments. SB 261 deals with community association governance.
New Year Means New Laws for Property Owners in California in 2019: Part I: Residential and Commercial Real Estate
2018 was a busy year for state and local lawmakers and regulators in CA, bringing about roughly a dozen new statutes and regulations critical to owners of commercial and multi-resident real estate, as well as
Knowing the importance of your online reviews to prospective clients, as well as how to track, manage and properly respond to your reviews is something that can be valuable to any law firm.
Non-disclosure agreements are extremely important for all types of business deals. It is especially useful for small businesses and start-ups who will most likely outsource a lot of work to contractors or freelancers.
Whether it is a five-year-old child or a 30-year-old man, every single person has the right of scooting. But is it legal to ride on a sidewalk?
Business owners know that almost every decision they make affects their bottom line. Whether it is identifying & acquiring insurance, janitorial services or office furniture, finances are always important.
Want to protect democracy and ensure voters’ rights? If you are looking to ways to volunteer during the 2018 midterm elections, there are opportunities available.
To be successful and hold the line financially, tax experts agree that even the smallest of businesses may benefit by incorporating. Unincorporated businesses may be missing out on tax breaks