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Piercing the Corporate Veil in California Alter Ego Liability

Piercing the Corporate Veil in California [Alter Ego Liability]

What is the Corporate Veil? The corporate veil essentially refers to the corporate form’s ability to shield shareholder assets from creditors of the business entity. Partners in a general partnership put their personal wealth on the line to cover the partnership obligations. Other business entities, however, limit the business owner’s personal liability for business obligations … Read More

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A Free Guide on How to Enforce Arbitration Agreements

Arbitration Agreements Govern a Wide Range of Disputes Arbitration agreements are becoming more and more prevalent in a wide range of contracts. For example, depending on the breadth of the arbitration clause governing the parties’ relationship, arbitration may be compelled in real estate litigation, commercial landlord-tenant disputes, real estate fraud cases, business litigation, breach of … Read More

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3 Steps to a Successful Divorce with a Business Involved

What Happens to the Business When Spouses Divorce in California? Find out with our essential guide to dividing a business in divorce!

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Government Code Section 6000 – Newspaper of General Circulation Law California

California Government Code sections 6000 is one of the two statutes, the second one being Government Code Section 6008,  that allow a publication to become adjudicated through a newspaper of general circulation attorney in California. This entitles the newspaper to publish legal advertising in its particular jurisdiction of adjudication. This article outlines the general parameters … Read More

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Government Code 6008 – Newspaper of General Circulation Law California

California Government Code section 6008 allow a publication to become adjudicated as a newspaper of general circulation attorney in California. This entitles the newspaper to publish legal advertising in its particular jurisdiction of adjudication. This article outlines the general parameters of this statute. California Government Code Section 6008 California Government Code Section 6008 (Gov Code … Read More

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Coronavirus Negligent Transmission Lawsuits Have Become the Next Big Thing

Can You Sue Someone for Transmitting Coronavirus? California Supreme Court seems to suggest negligence cause of action is possible. UPDATE March 9, 2020: Princess Cruise Line gets hit with lawsuit for exposing passengers to Coronavirus (Source: TMZ). With Coronavirus transmissions on the rise, lawyers will start asking whether someone can be sued for negligently transmitting … Read More

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Non-Party Recovery of the Costs of a Subpoena Requiring Document Production

An added pressure to businesses can be the cost of responding to a subpoena requiring the production of documents. While many assume that only parties can be subpoenaed, a third party, also known as a non-party, can be subject to this power as well.

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Lawyer Scott Talkov Published in American Bar Association Journal on Real Estate Law

Attorney Scott Talkov was recognized by the American Bar Association for his academic diligence through the publication of his research paper focusing on real estate finance and contracts. Talkov’s paper was published in the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal of the American Bar Association. With more than 30,000 members, the section is a leading national forum for … Read More

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