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Age Discrimination Laws Make it Illegal to Ask Older Employees to Retire

“How can I ask my older employees to retire?” This is a question that a lot of employers find themselves asking as their workforce ages but shows no signs of retiring. Read More

Failure to Disclose Important Information Regarding a Real Estate Property in California  

  When an individual works with a real estate company or real estate broker in California, they expect the property that they purchase to be in the exact condition that the Read More

How to Protect Your Trade Secrets in California

A trade secret is any information that is unique and valuable to your business and that is not known to the general public. A trade secret is oftentimes a business’s Read More

Consequences of Lying On Your Resume

Consequences of Lying on Your Resume There is an old adage that says, “Fake it until you make it,” and while this may be good advice in some areas of your Read More

Lost or Damaged Cargo Can Cost You Millions: Are You Protected?

As a business owner who imports and exports a large amount of goods, you rely heavily on transportation and freight services. Furthermore, you place a great deal of trust in Read More

Monitoring Employee Emails: An Invasion of Privacy?

From company credit cards to company cars, and company cell phones to company email accounts, employers these days provide it all to their employees, and while such perks are mostly Read More

Protecting Your Trade Secrets When a Key Employee Moves to a Competitor

We see it in movies all the time—a key employee is enticed away from his or her current position by a competitor who promises a bigger salary, better benefits package, Read More

Understanding California’s Paid Time Off Law

It is rare that an individual will go an entire year without getting sick, and whether we like it or not, chances are that if we fall ill, it will Read More

Employment Discrimination in San Francisco

Today’s women want it all: The career, the marriage, the house, and yes, the family. And they can have it all, with some juggling, multitasking, and super-human willpower. Unfortunately, some Read More

Who Is Liable for the Construction Defects in Your New Home?

When homebuyers invest in a brand new home, they expect that home to be essentially perfect and free from defects. Unfortunately, even new homes come with their fair share of Read More

Risk Management: Protect Yourself from Product Liability Lawsuits

In 1998, Dow Corning was sued for $4.2 billion by 170,000 customers claiming that their silicone breast implants ruptured, causing bodily harm, scleroderma, or death. Because of the outstanding number Read More

Terminating a Union Employee without Legal Backlash

You may hear people say: “Join a union because you cannot be fired,” or “Union members have job security for life.” While neither of these statements is true, it is Read More

Benefits of Forming a Business Partnership in California  

  Starting a business is a new and exciting adventure, but it is also one that requires asking a lot of important questions and making a lot of important, often irrevocable Read More

Employers Brush Up on Employee’s Rights in Case of a Buyout

As the economic outlook becomes more stable in the U.S., more and more corporate mergers are taking place, with 2015 seeing a record high of $5 trillion in deals (Harvard Read More

Top 10 Reasons Real Estate Agents Get Sued

In 2008, right before the housing market crashed, a middle-aged couple in Carlsbad, California sued their real estate agent for misrepresenting their home’s value. They bought the home for $1.2 Read More

Independent Contractor or Employee?

Many companies hire independent contractors to do any number of tasks, from running weekly payroll to providing copywriting services. Typically, independent contractors are a lot cheaper to hire than full-time Read More

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