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Collection Laws Attributable to The State of California

Fair collections law in the state of California is regulated by California’s Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, also known as the Rosenthal Act. The law provides […]


Factors To Be Considered In Any Attempt to Pierce The Corporate Vei

In the United States, corporate veil piercing is the most litigated issue in corporate law. Although courts are reluctant to hold a director or active shareholder […]


The Business of Piercing the Corporate Veil

Piercing the corporate veil describes a legal decision to treat the rights or duties of a corporation as the rights or liabilities of its shareholders or […]


Death of a Shareholder The Event Most Likely To Trigger A Business Buy-Out

The death of a shareholder, is the event most likely to trigger a buyout. Usually, the business buy-sell agreement provides for the mandatory purchase of the […]


Check List:  Business Buy-Sell Agreements

All counsel should identify the client for whom he or she is drafting the buy-sell agreement and , if appropriate, advise other parties involved to seek […]


The Hiring of a Lawyer During the Start Up Process of a New Company Is A Wise Investment

One of the worst things that may happen to a fledgling company is making the mistake of not keeping properly documented records about all relationships involved […]


TipsThat May Help You Develop a Profitable Small Business

Most entrepreneurs start their new businesses with the dream of building a successful business. Many of you who started your new business recently opened up the […]


Equitable Remedies Can Be a Very Strong Court Ordered Relief

Equitable remedies are judicial remedies developed and granted by courts of equity, as opposed to courts of law. Equitable remedies were granted by the Court of […]


Breaches of Fiduciary Duty and Remedies

Conduct by a fiduciary may be deemed constructive fraud when it is based on acts, omissions or concealments considered fraudulent and that gives one an advantage […]


The Fiduciary Duty of Legal Confidence and Trust

A fiduciary duty is a legal or ethical relationship of confidence or trust between two or more parties, most commonly a fiduciary and a principal. One […]



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