January 2015 Archives

Can you be protected with a litigation shelter?

As a business owner, litigation should be the bane of your existence...if it hasn't been already. No one likes dealing with the proverbial "nuisance" lawsuit, which is essentially a complaint rooted in baseless (yet legally viable) claims with an exorbitant demand, which is likely to be settled for a fraction of the claim's purported value so that it will go away quickly.

Basics of non-disclosure agreements

Aside from money, innovation is likely the most important element that a business needs in order to grow. However, innovation does not always occur in a vacuum. Strategic partnerships are sometimes necessary to foster change; but before a partnership is formed, each party must know and understand the expectations of the relationship, including why both parties must keep things confidential as the innovation process moves along.

California agencies crack down on regulatory compliance violators

Business laws are designed to ensure a marketplace that promotes efficiency, fairness and competition. On the other hand, there are some companies in California that attempt to skirt certain business and employment laws in order to gain an unfair edge over competition. One common type of regulatory compliance violation committed by companies is not adhering to employment laws.

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