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Nonprofit Corporation 2014 Law – SB594

SB594 – A New Law For California Nonprofit Corporations A 2014 California law prohibits nonprofit organizations from using monies and other property received from local agencies for campaign activities. SB 594, signed into law by Gov. Brown in 2013, and which took effect on January 1, 2014, prohibits all California non-profit organizations from supporting or […]

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California Employment Law Generally

California Employment Law Blog Series #1 The rules and regulations that comprise California employment law can be confusing, complicated and apply in a wide variety of surprising situations.  If you are an employer in California and are unsure about how the employment laws in California apply to your business, you’ve come to the right place. […]

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San Diego Business Law – Corporate Forms

Welcome back to our San Diego Business Law blog series! In our past posts in this series we have addressed how liability considerations affect the selection of the appropriate business entity as well as the formal requirements for forming a corporation in California. In this week’s blog we are going to address the different types […]

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San Diego Business Law – Important Considerations in Selecting a Business Entity

Welcome back to our San Diego Business Law blog series! In this week’s blog we are going to address some things you should consider when selecting the appropriate form for your new San Diego business. While there are a number of different issues you could focus your time and energy on, we suggest asking yourself […]

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Extension of an Employee’s Probationary Period

An employer’s extension of a recently-retained employee is not an action employers summarily or frequently take.  Oftentimes the employer is afraid to modify its probationary period policy for fear of repercussions if it/he/she does so.  Other times, the employer simply does not have sufficient information to form a viable decision.   Nonetheless, employers may reach this […]

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Minimum Wage California – Assembly Bill 10

Assembly Bill 10: Hope for Low-Wage Workers Minimum Wage California California’s minimum wage was set at $8.00 per hour in 2008 and has since not been changed for the last six years. However, Assembly Bill 10 could change all of that. The proposed bill seeks to increase the state’s minimum wage to $8.25 in 2014, […]

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