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Protect Trade Secrets

Protect Trade Secrets Protect Trade Secrets Trade knowledge, insider expertise, and business insights are often kept secret and not shared with outsiders. Any type of private knowledge such as compilations, formulas, methods, devices and even ideas are protected. How does one come to
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Possession for Sale

Exercise and Younger Skin Possession for Sale In California, it is illegal to simply possess certain controlled substances, but the state code goes further by also punishing those who possess illegal substances so that they can sell them.  According to California Health and Safety
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What Is Forgery Law In California?

What Is Forgery Law In California? Image   What Is Forgery Law In California? Forgery, as a white-collar crime, has a relatively broad definition under the current state of California law. According to California Penal Code 470 PC, a forgery law is an act of faking the
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How To Close A Business

Close A Business How To Close A Business Most people are aware of how difficult it is to open a business in California because of the multitude of decisions that have to be made. However, to close a business is not as simple
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What Is Discovery

What is an Informal And Formal Discovery What is an Informal And Formal Discovery? This article refers to the process of discovery in civil cases. Discovery is an important legal process that allows all parties to request and gather information.On a case through depositions and exchange of documents.This
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What is Misappropriation of Public Funds?

What is Misappropriation of Public Funds? According to California Penal Code 424, the misappropriation of public funds is a serious offense. The aforementioned appropriation is defined as someone in public office, responsible for a certain fund, unlawfully misusing those funds.
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What Do Reasonable Closing Costs for Sellers Mean?

What Do Reasonable Closing Costs for Sellers Mean? What Do Reasonable Closing Costs for Sellers Mean? In this buyer’s market, many sellers find themselves lowering the price to the extent they can no longer do so. Yet, they soon realize potential buyers may still require more concessions at
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Selling a Business in California

Selling a Business While starting a business can be difficult, since you have to make many decisions that have lasting impacts, so is selling a business in California. There are multiple, complex steps that must be completed, which are best done with the
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Contract Formation in Sale of Goods in California

In business law, the Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) governs contracts for the sale of goods in California. In this article, we explore in some depth formation of such contracts and remedies available to buyers and sellers in case of breach
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Why ROTH Conversions Are Not For Everyone

Why ROTH Conversions Are Not For Everyone Why ROTH Conversions Are Not For Everyone Despite the vaunted advantages of ROTH conversions, they are not for everyone. This is especially true in circumstances where the taxpayer has to pay a lot in taxes upfront for conversion and the
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