Legal Articles, Administrative Law

Your New Business Partner Is Your Partner's Ex-Spouse

An article discussing the benefits of certain provisions in the governing documents of businesses and partnerships to address issues relating to divorce and estate planning

How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation in California

First of all, let us find out what a nonprofit corporation is. It is an organization formed to serve the public good, such as for charitable, religious, educational, or other public service reasons

A Year of Recognition

Interview with judge on 50th anniversary in practice

Property Damage Covered in an Auto Accident

After an accident caused by another driver, many people hire an attorney because the insurance claim process can be so daunting. Understanding a few basics of what is generally included under property damage coverage is important.

Five Things You Should Know Before Speaking With an Insurance Adjuster

Once you've been in a car accident, you can expect to hear from an insurance adjuster.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act

This reference provides guidance on strengthening your financial reporting and corporate governance practices.

Working with Web Hosts & Designers

No matter how averse you are to "techie" projects like web development and site management, you must be involved enough to ensure your rights are protected--and that no one else's are being violated. This reference discusses how.

Legal Considerations Beyond Entity Formation

Selecting your business entity form is just the beginning of the legal matters you will face as a business owner. This reference provides a list of the key issues you should be prepared to address thereafter.

The Illusion of Public Policy: Reanalyzing Kentucky’s Restaurant Liquor Licensing Schemes

This article examines the alcohol control regulations and zoning obstacles in obtaining a liquor license for a new restaurant in Kentucky, as well as the impact of this process and the public policy behind it will be addressed.

New “Defend Trade Secrets Act” Creates Right to Sue in Federal Court

A blog post about how a new act is affecting the way courts hear business and trade secret cases.

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