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YOUR PARTNERSHIP DESERVES A WRITTEN AGREEMENT

14 03, 2020|

YOUR PARTNERSHIP DESERVES A WRITTEN AGREEMENT Request a free consultation Don't set up business with a partner, even if you also consider them a friend, without a written partnership agreement. This is a step that a lot of business professionals, young and old alike, tend to skip. That's very problematic and can make things much more difficult than they should be. The issue is that you tend to assume things will go well. You're optimistic. You want to start the company, and you can't imagine disagreeing on anything. A written contract sounds

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT OPERATING AN LLC

11 03, 2020|

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT OPERATING AN LLC Request a free consultation California law generally allows individuals to form limited liability companies, or LLCs. An LLC can be taxed as a partnership, a corporation or a disregarded entity. If the company is taxed as a disregarded entity, profits or losses will be included on the owner's personal tax return. If an LLC has two members, it will automatically be labeled as a partnership unless the members specifically elect to be treated as a corporate entity. In the event that the LLC has only a single

CORPORATE CULTURE MAY CONTRIBUTE TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT

28 02, 2020|

CORPORATE CULTURE MAY CONTRIBUTE TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT Request a free consultation Employees in California and across the country continue to suffer from sexual harassment on the job, despite the attention drawn to the issue by the #MeToo movement. One 2018 report found that a greater number of CEOs lost their jobs due to unethical behavior than to financial underperformance. In particular, the #MeToo movement highlighted instances of sexual harassment and workplace discrimination in entertainment, politics and technology, among other industries. Nonetheless, workers continue to deal with unwanted sexual advances and various forms

JUDGE RULES AGAINST LAW BANNING FORCED ARBITRATION

12 02, 2020|

JUDGE RULES AGAINST LAW BANNING FORCED ARBITRATION Request a free consultation A California law that would have effectively put an end to forced arbitration was set to take effect on the first day of 2020. However, a judge in Sacramento enjoined authorities from enforcing it. Companies that were found to be in violation of the statute could have faced both civil and criminal penalties. The state's attorney general acknowledged that arbitration agreements can be enforced, and he said that the law took pains not to infringe on an employer's right to engage

BAR OWNERS FACE CALIFORNIA RULES FOR SERVER TRAINING

09 02, 2020|

BAR OWNERS FACE CALIFORNIA RULES FOR SERVER TRAINING Request a free consultation The fast-changing employment laws of California have employers forever on the move, keeping their businesses compliant. Of course, as of January 1, Assembly Bill 5 now requires businesses to use the so-called ABC test to classify workers as employees or contractors A different ABC, the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, has new rules for all California businesses serving alcoholic beverages. All servers will soon need to have training in recognizing patrons who are OK for another round and those in

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