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Choosing a business form may also impact employment obligations

The choice of business entity can have far-reaching implications. In addition to affecting how a business might be taxed or whether owners might be subject to personal liability, a business form also impacts employment benefit obligations.

Transportation law is a broad world: What does it encompass?

Here's a candidate for one of the less glitzy and front-page-laden areas of law in California (something like celebrity divorce might come to mind for some of our readers seeking to conjure up a quick example of legal-based news that routinely scores as a media headline): transportation law.

Acute small- and medium-sized business concern: taxation

If you're a business principal with a recent start-up enterprise or an already ongoing and provably viable small- to medium-sized commercial enterprise in California or elsewhere, you're undoubtedly fixated on many things.

Business planning spotlight: here's a big focus for many companies

One commentator in a recent Forbes business article states that any company in the United States that has "even moderately complex customer contracts" (that certainly applies to legions of California enterprises, both public and private) needs to be paying attention to huge accounting changes that are on the near horizon.

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