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The Importance of Building Relationships with Business Clients

March 1st, 2021

With such high competition in the business marketplace in the Bay Area, company owners cannot afford to make preventable mistakes. This means that all decisions must be the best course of action for the company, and operations should stay in full compliance with all applicable laws. When legal concerns do arise, they should be addressed […]

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Steps Required to Dissolve Your LLC

January 27th, 2021

When you decide to form a limited liability company (LLC), there are formal steps you must take. Similarly, there are steps you need to take if you want to dissolve an LLC. With many businesses facing struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic, many owners in California might be wondering – if the time comes – what […]

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Is it Time to Start an Online Business?

December 10th, 2020

With COVID-19 restrictions throughout 2020, too many bricks and mortar businesses have shut their doors in the Bay Area. However, many entrepreneurs are bouncing back and taking advantage of increased online shopping and activity as people conduct business from their homes. Having an online business might help ensure your company is more disaster-proof than having […]

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Does Your Company Need Employment Contracts?

November 28th, 2020

Businesses rely on a variety of contracts for operations and profits. However, have you considered whether you should have contracts with your employees? There can be benefits to having your employees sign agreements, but you want to be sure they are appropriate. Never hesitate to seek legal advice on the matter from a San Francisco […]

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What Insurance Do You Need for Your Startup?

October 27th, 2020

When you’re starting a business, you have many things to think about, including commercial space, licenses, employment policies, owner agreements and state filings, and more. One important issue you cannot overlook is that of insurance coverage. Different types of companies need different types of insurance, and it can be beneficial to have a business lawyer […]

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How Can Outsourced General Counsel Help Your Business?

September 21st, 2020

Many large corporations hire attorneys to serve as in-house, full-time general counsel. This means they will have a lawyer who understands the inner workings of the business and can provide legal advice at a moment’s notice regarding how to minimize losses and legal issues. Smaller companies, on the other hand, often do not have the […]

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What Compliance Issues Does Your Company Face?

August 21st, 2020

Corporate compliance should be at the forefront of your organization’s priorities, as noncompliance can lead to costly penalties and liability. However, compliance also involves a tangled web of local, state, and federal laws and regulations, as well as making sure you are aware of what is happening at every level of your company’s operations. Ensuring […]

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Are You Considering Closing Your Corporation?

July 9th, 2020

Due to the economic shutdown in 2020, many business owners are choosing to close their doors instead of struggling to reopen and stay afloat. There are several other reasons why companies might shutdown permanently, as well, but no matter what your reasons might be, you cannot simply walk away from a corporation and never look […]

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Steps to Rebuilding Your Small Business

May 21st, 2020

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has reported that 92 percent of surveyed small business owners report negative impacts as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. With such a large majority of small companies taking a downturn, it is critical that owners have the guidance and resources they need to rebuild and keep their […]

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Resources from Big Tech for Small Businesses During COVID-19 Crisis

April 20th, 2020

Small businesses are some parties struggling the most during the COVID-19 shutdown, as many of them entirely lost their ability to generate revenue, with no sign of when they might return to business. There are resources for businesses to seek relief in the form of SBA loans (which have been exhausted) or possible insurance coverage, […]

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