Monthly Archives: June 2020

Breaking a Lease in California

Breaking a Lease in California Breaking a Lease in California When renting a space, a tenant signs a contract with a landlord and one of the most important aspects of this contract is the lease agreement. A lease, typically lasting for one year, sets out
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Wrongful Termination Claims in California

Wrongful Termination Claims in California Wrongful Termination Claims in California When you sign a work contract, you agree to the provisions and clauses within. Many, if not all, employees in California have employment contracts that allow for work at will. Therefore, an employee can be
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Re-opening of Court Procedures Following COVID-19

Re-opening of Court Procedures Following COVID-19 Re-opening of Court Procedures Following COVID-19 With the onset of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the state of California imposed several emergency rules in order to accommodate the necessary changes as required by public health authorities. Some of these rules concerned
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Filing False or Forged Documents in California

Filing False or Forged Documents in California Filing False or Forged Documents in California A lot of different legal procedures require submitting and filing documents with public offices in California. When you file a document, you must do so knowing that you have presented a legitimate document.
Posted in Personal law

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act

TCPA The Telephone Consumer Protection Act Almost everyone has probably experienced a telemarketing or robocall. Repeated calls can be annoying or get in the way of your phone needs, but did you know there is a federal regulation regarding these calls?
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Forming a Non-profit in California

Forming a Non-profit in California Forming a Non-profit in California When creating an organization or business, it is incredibly important to choose the legal entity that best suits your dealings. For example, law firms are limited liability partnerships (LLP) and many businesses are corporations. Organizations
Posted in Business Law

Can You Own a Stun Gun in California?

Can You Own a Stun Gun in California? Can You Own a Stun Gun in California? There are many different weapons or weapon-like objects available to people (some are legal, whereas others are not). In some cases, like guns, there are extensive state and federal regulations barring access
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Stealing a Credit or Debit Card

Stealing a Credit or Debit Card Stealing a Credit or Debit Card In California, the penal code addresses the multiple ways credit card fraud can be committed. For example, someone can steal a card, forge information, or accept a fake one. Since many people use credit
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Deferred Entry of Judgement

Deferred Entry of Judgement Deferred Entry of Judgement In a criminal case, the judge delivers the verdict and the subsequent sentencing. However, some cases can go through another program, that may open the possibility of having the charges dismissed. This path is called the
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California Emergency Rules Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Over the past few months, the world has had to adjust to a new normal due to the pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus strand – COVID-19. California Emergency Rules Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Over the past few months, the world has had to adjust to a new normal due to the pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus strand – COVID-19. The pandemic has forced individuals, families,
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