Dissociated Partners May Remain Liable

Dissociated Partners May Remain Liable According to Cal. Corp. Code § 16603(1), when a general partner dissociates, they lose their right to participate in any conduct or management of the partnership business. Subdivision (a) of Section 16703 states that a
Must A Corporation Have a Location

Must A Corporation Have a Location

Must A Corporation Have a Location If you are a registered corporation in the state of California, you must have an address. Without a “there” you cannot be considered a corporation. If you are a California corporation or a foreign
Employee rights and Marijuana

Employee rights and Marijuana

Employee rights and Marijuana As the sale and use of Marijuana is becoming legal across the US, each state is forming new laws around it. Now that Marijuana is becoming legal for adults to use recreationally, where do we stand
CA laws to protect gift cards

CA laws to protect gift cards

CA laws to protect gift cards Every gift card comes with a long list of rules in the fine print. But do you ever wonder if there are laws regarding gift cards? Well, there are! These laws are meant to
Falling Trees

Falling Trees

Falling Trees Mother Nature is a force that cannot be controlled. She does, however, impact everyday life. And some days nature can cause quite a stir. If you own property, chances are you will eventually run into an issue with
Defective product liability

Defective product liability

Defective product liability California has a well-developed body of law designed to deal with defective products. But what exactly defines a product as defective? A “product” can be anything from bottled water/food all the way through large hard-goods including cars,
Hostile Work Environments

Hostile Work Environments

Hostile Work Environments In order to have a legitimate hostile work environment case, you must prove three things: An employee was subjected to unwanted conduct The conduct was based on sex The harassment was “severe or pervasive” and altered the
Time off Work to Vote

Time off Work to Vote

Time off Work to Vote Everyone has the right to vote. In California, voter’s rights are protected by the California Elections Code § 14000. According to § 14000, employees can take reasonable time off to vote without any consequences such
Failure to File Tax Returns

Filing Requirements Part ll – Failure to File Tax Returns

Failure to File Tax Returns If a corporation or LLC fails to file their tax returns, pay their taxes, or pay any fees and interest their rights, powers, and privileges could be suspended. An LLC is considered a pass-through entity
Filing Requirements Part I - Annual Report to Secretary of State

Filing Requirements Part I – Annual Report to Secretary of State

Annual Report to Secretary of State An annual Report of information must be filed by each and every California LLC and Corporation to the California Secretary of State. An annual LLC statement includes: The business address off the LLC Names