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May 2015 Archives

Immigration status can create legal issues for employers

Employers in California are bound by a series of state and federal laws that dictate the treatment of employees. Everything from the questions that can be asked on a job application to grounds for termination, if an employer isn't careful, they could find themselves breaking the law and facing consequences as a result. Using the example of an employee's immigration status, we can see this fact in action.

Your web domain is important to your business, know if you own it

If you own a business, chances are at some point down the road you will have to make a decision that will either lead to success or failure. One decision that some business owners have found particularly challenging is choosing a domain name. This can be a challenge because it is going to be one of the main ways in which customers find your company. Choosing poorly could cost you customers. But if you don't follow the law, it could cost you more than that.

Employment contracts are not a one-size-fits-all thing

For those who are new to running a business, you should know that there are going to be decisions that you will need to make that will not only affect your business but your employees as well. These decisions may be as grand as deciding to merge with another company to something as simple as offering a benefits package to your employees.

Planning for a business' future can be hard but a lawyer can help

When you were younger, did people ever ask you, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Your answer probably changed as you grew because you started to recognize your talents and how they could play a part in the world. Like most people, you probably tailored your career to both your skills and the opportunities that were available.

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