As a startup owner in San Jose, you might be plugging away in your new business and the last thing on your mind is hiring a lawyer.
Attorneys, law firms often need to employ people in a number of different positions that don’t require a degree in law to assist with the firm’s operations. Together with lawyers, various legal staff help run the law practice and assist with day-to-day operations.
As a business owner, you take every safety measure possible to ensure that you are protected. You have had a business law firm by your side during the most trying times of your business.
Typically, lawsuits take up time, energy, and money—even for the smallest claims. Many San Jose residents believe that suing another individual is a simple process, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
In the construction business, you see contracts every day—but are yours truly effective? According to construction law, your contracts should include many details of your work with your client.
No matter if you are starting a new business or are a seasoned veteran, hiring and finding the right lawyer to back your business ventures can be an intimidating process.
So you’ve landed a your dream job. You have worked your entire life to get to this point. You meet with your future employer, only to find that they want you to sign an arbitration agreement.
Your business wasn’t built overnight. You have worked hard to create a business that is unique in its industry. Don’t let poor management of your trade secrets destroy all of the hard work that you have put into your business. Follow these 7 tips to keep your trade secrets safe.
July 1st has come and gone, but many businesses in California are still behind in the states new employment law. Starting July first, California’s Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 will become in effect.
We know that no one likes planning for their estate. It’s not the most enjoyable experience. However, not creating an estate plan is extremely dangerous.