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Santa Clara County is encouraging its local businesses to create Social Distancing Protocols. By creating these tools, you can help the community contain the spread of COVID-19. If your business is currently operating according to the June 5 order,...

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There is no doubt that COVID-19 – otherwise known as the coronavirus – has significantly impacted how the world does business. With Congress’ recent passage of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the CARES Act comes the...

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COVID-19, otherwise known as the coronavirus, has evolved into a pandemic that has been wreaking havoc across the country and around the globe. To help assist individuals and businesses with the pending crisis, lawmakers have been enacting various pieces...

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The global outbreak of coronavirus has had many unforeseen consequences. Aside from the tragic fatalities and quarantines, many people are anxious about going about their everyday business. Many events are being cancelled proactively in order to prevent large gatherings...

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The California Senate Chamber

A new year brings new employment laws that California businesses must be aware of. Although some of the changes have been expected for years, the California legislature has also been busy of late. Below, we highlight some of the...

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Delaware may be small in square miles, but it offers big benefits to the many companies that choose to incorporate there. More than half of publicly traded and Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in the state of Delaware, begging...

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Are you Ready for CCPA?

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On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect, providing almost 40 million people with the most stringent data privacy rights in the United States. Businesses that collect and use personal data belonging to...

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If you are in the process of purchasing a business franchise that is already in existence – or starting your own franchise – there are many important legal considerations to keep in mind. One important consideration is deciding which...

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A recent case involving pregnancy discrimination arose when a former Netflix advisor was fired from her job, simply because she became pregnant – and because her boss knew that she would be taking maternity leave in the near future....

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In February of 2018, President Donald Trump signed into law the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017. Although some individuals erroneously believe that this Act applies only to national sports organizations, the...

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