In case you haven't noticed, I've written a lot this year about big changes to data privacy laws. This month I thought I would hone in on a particular issue: using cookies on your website. You may have noticed recently that a lot of websites have starting using a banne...

Regardless of what type of business you run, chances are you are entering into contracts all the time. Having a few model agreements for your company can save you a lot of time and resources in the long run. For instance, having a solid non-disclosure agreement that yo...

I hope 2019 is going well for you so far! It seems we have finally received a reprieve from the government shutdown, even though it may be temporary. Federal workers may have borne the brunt of the shutdown’s effects, but many businesses -- including some of my clients...

Clients assume when they engage an attorney that the contracts they’re being presented have been carefully read by legal counsel. Sadly, that’s not always the case. There are a lot of reasons for this. Some attorneys (or their legal assistants) include boiler plate lan...

If you own residential or commercial rental property, at some point in time, you’ve probably wondered whether it makes sense to incorporate. For most small business owners, this involves a corporation or a limited liability company. Establishing a formal entity can hel...

If you’re a company that does business in California – that means if you sell online, or sell or distribute product in California, it’s important to be heedful of Proposition 65 changes that go into effect August 30, 2018. Prop 65 was enacted to protect California's dr...

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