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A Note to Small Businesses

Posted on October 19, 2020
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While many startups and small businesses have a real need for reliable legal advice, they can’t justify hiring an in-house attorney and thus, don’t seek proper counsel. Many small companies don’t have an attorney review their outbound contracts or commercial leases. They don’t think about the implications of how asset titles impact insurance. They hire … Continue reading

The Top Five Business Benefits of Using Alternative Dispute Resolution

Posted on June 22, 2020
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Learn More About Alternative Dispute Resolution for Businesses Do you own a small business in California? Small businesses have contributed greatly to the state’s economic success. California businesses with fewer than 20 employees have the highest rates of net job growth. However, a conflict or dispute could jeopardize the success of your small business. The … Continue reading

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A Few Thoughts on Opening Back up Under COVID

Posted on June 5, 2020

As a business owner, you may have concerns about the legal implications of opening back up during the coronavirus pandemic. Additionally, you may wonder what businesses can do to protect themselves, to the greatest extent possible, from liability these days. Many business owners across the country are struggling to find solutions to address these problems. … Continue reading

How to Start a Startup: A Business Checklist

Posted on May 5, 2020
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Redwood City Business Attorney Explains Starting a Small Business Do you have a great idea for a business? So do many other people, but not every great idea becomes a viable business. Building a solid foundation for your company is a great way to make your startup stand apart from all the others. Our Redwood … Continue reading

What Do You Need to Know About Coronavirus Relief Loans

Posted on April 15, 2020
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The Coronavirus hit small businesses hard. As stay-at-home orders tighten across the state, small businesses face an uncertain future. Some have already shut their doors forever. Others struggle daily to remain afloat. If you own a small business in California, you may have new options to help you weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses can … Continue reading

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