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  • Issues to Consider When Offered Stock Options

    It is commonplace for start-ups and emerging companies to offer stock option to employees, consultants and service providers in conjunction with, or often in lieu of, cash compensation. The potential recipient of stock options should be aware of certain important considerations before simply accepting stock options in a start-up or emerging companies.

  • Bulk Sales Law for California Asset Sales

    While many states have repealed their bulk sales laws, Californiaís Bulk Sales Law remains in full force and effect. The primary stated purpose of this law is to protect buyers and creditors following the purchase of more than half of a businessís assets. If a buyer makes a bulk sale purchase but does not adhere to the requirements set out in the bulk sales law, the buyer will typically remain liable to the sellerís creditors.

  • Forming a Medical Corporation in California

    California has specific laws that govern the formation of a medical practice or health care facility in California. The creation of the business entity requires a unique blend of corporate law experience and health care law expertise.

  • Why Should an Entrepreneur Work With An Attorney to Start Their New Company?

    Most entrepreneurs and new business owners are working on tight budget and simply want to spend the least amount of time and money selecting a business entity and getting to work. After all, isnít it as simple as downloading a few forms, filling in the blanks and submitting the corporate documents to the Secretary of State? Why would the owners of a new company want to spend the money to consult with an attorney?

  • Removing a Shareholder from a Business

    Here is the flow of issues when a shareholder is removed from a business: Termination of employment → Buy-back of shares → Non-competition → Claims for unfair oppression. Letís start at the beginning, which is the end of employment.

  • How Do I Setup a Corporation?
      by HG.org

    Congratulations on planning to start your own business. But, as many a budding entrepreneur has discovered, it is not as easy as picking a name and opening a shop. To actually establish a business, you need to make a few choices and go through a series of filings. So, how do you setup a corporation?

  • The Importance of Non-compete and Non-solicitation Provisions in Your Employment Agreements

    Reasons to consider non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.

  • Questions to ask a Small Business Lawyer Before Hiring
      by HG.org

    Small business lawyers play a vital role in the formation and retention of a business. They are also a source of trust and expertise for small businesses that must rely on their work and advice. Here are several questions to ask a small business lawyer before deciding to hire him or her.

  • Common Contract Clauses

    This article intends to highlight and decipher some of the most common clauses that appear in a typical business contract. These basic provisions, called boilerplates, are included in agreements to protect the contracting parties. They typically follow a standard format and they are worded carefully in order to hold up in a court of law. Even though most contracts include these boilerplates, many people do not read nor understand what they are signing.

  • Which Business Entity is Right for You?

    There are many different types of business entities, each having their own advantages and disadvantages. This article intends to define and explain some of the most common entities. Since people have different goals and circumstances, it is important for one to know which option is the best fit for his or her business.


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