30 Dec
California Privacy Rights Act
What the New California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) Means for Out-of-State and International Businesses

The CPRA strengthens the existing California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) by adding additional online privacy rights for consumers, strengthening consumer privacy protections, and holding companies accountable for unauthorized data sharing.

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23 Dec
California Privacy Rights Act
Your Guide to the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) for Businesses and Advertisers

The California Privacy Rights Act is designed to strengthen consumer privacy protections online and hold companies accountable for unauthorized data sharing through the newly established agency, the California Privacy Protection Agency.

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16 Dec
Collecting Business Debt
Business Debt Collection in California: Making Sure You Get Paid

Businesses throughout California and the Los Angeles area are facing the financial challenges that have come with 2020. And business debt has become an especially important topic.

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09 Dec
Easements in California Real Estate
[FAQ] What You Need to Know About Easements and Your California Property

An easement is a property right that gives its holder the right to use a portion of real estate or property they do not own for a specific purpose

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02 Dec
Commercial Lease Agreements Paperwork
[GUIDE] Commercial Lease Agreements: How to Negotiate a Lease for Your California Business

The lack of need for commercial space has brought crucial questions about what to do about empty office space or unused storefronts to the forefront of business owners’ minds.

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25 Nov
Slander, Libel and Defamation long nose
The Basics of Defamation, Libel, and Slander for California Businesses

If you have been accused of defamation, or you or your business has been harmed by defamatory statements, an experienced attorney can help you understand your rights and succeed in a defamation lawsuit.

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18 Nov
Family and Medical Leave Act
FAQ: What Your California Business Needs to Know about FMLA Leave

Before 1993, there was no guarantee that an employee would still have a job if they had to leave due to pregnancy complications, to care for a new child, recover from a serious illness, or care for a sick family member. That all changed with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).  The Family and...

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11 Nov
Whistleblowers in California workplaces
[FAQ] Whistleblower Protections and California Businesses

Whistleblowers are usually employees or members of the public who discover such illegal, fraudulent, or deceptive conduct and decide to report it because of their concern for the health, safety, and wellbeing of their coworkers and the community

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04 Nov
how harassment can affect your business
[FAQ] Frequently Asked Questions: Sexual Harassment and Sexual Orientation Discrimination in California Businesses

With recent changes in California employment law and a continued urgency to protect employees and businesses from the trauma and damage of harassment, it is more important than ever to understand how harassment can affect your business.

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28 Oct
Pros and Cons of Commercial Landlord Tenant
Trick or Treat? The Pros and Cons of Being a Commercial Tenant or Landlord in California

Both landlords and tenants face wins and challenges in their commercial business relationships, as well as rely on each other to succeed.

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