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Highlights of the October 2015 Contra Costa Lawyer Business Law edition include articles on startups, LLCs vs. S-corps, succession planning and more.
As advisors to business clients and in many instances employers themselves, attorneys face the daunting task of keeping current with numerous employment laws and regulations. The last session of the California legislature added to the mix. What follows is a summary of some newly enacted employment legislation that may affect attorneys and their clients.
Benefits of joining the LRIS: We do the marketing and screening for you, and referrals are paying clients!
Many of us became lawyers because we weren’t inclined to go into “business.” But the truth is, whether you are an associate, solo or leading a full-service firm, you are running a business.
From courtroom to bedroom, couples in the legal profession are making it work together.
Law school not only helped produce great lawyers; in some cases, love partners. Other legal practitioners found themselves in Love and Law later in their careers. Some have decided to hang a single shingle and combine their law practice.
Client Referrals, Quality Screening, Marketing and more! LRIS makes good business sense…
THE BAY AREA GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM offers a path towards environmentally friendly operations for your business—and then rewards you for it! More specifically, the Program has laid out specific standards in …
Client Referrals, Quality Screening, Marketing and more…LRIS Membership Makes Good Business Sense!
Our Lawyer Referral & Information Service (LRIS) staff handles over 12,000 calls and online requests each year from members of the public who contact …
California also has more advantages for families and children in court. It was the first state to establish no-fault divorce in 1970 while New York was dead last in 2010.
Welcome Back! The vacations are over, the kids are back in school and it is back to the shop. But not for all of us.
Although women make up about 50% of law students, it’s common …
Firms and Millennials are like water and oil. They don’t naturally blend, but if you shake it up, you can create a fabulous vinaigrette!
Every attorney should be aware that immigration law is a lot more than simply providing visas for foreign nationals.
For parents, and especially new parents, are you sure you have claimed all of your applicable family/child tax benefits?
A simple firewall and anti-virus is not enough these days. The following is a review of the four systems, as a starting point for good security, that every firm should have in place.
This article will provide a brief update on two areas of franchise law receiving attention in the courts: (1) when a franchise may be legally terminated; and (2) the proper venue for franchise disputes.
As an attorney representing an ADA defendant, the first step is to dispel misperceptions and impress upon the client the seriousness of the claim.
While all business attorneys agree that a succession plan is a good idea for any family-owned and/or closely held business, crafting the ideal plan and the method by which it should be implemented is no simple task.
Attending a convention, seminar or other meeting in the North American area may qualify as a business expense, depending on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Law firms are embracing new workplace designs along the lines of their corporate clients. How much of these future trend ideas have permeated into the outlying office regions such as Walnut Creek?