Corporate policies and procedures should be updated to reflect company culture and management goals, but also to comply with changes in rules and regulations. If you run a larger business, you likely have an employee handbook. Smaller companies may not have verbose han...

There is always going to be some risk. Few agreements are ironclad, but it is helpful to conduct an assessment and build an internal portfolio of model agreements, such as non-disclosure agreements, master service and sales agreements, master purchase agreements (or PO...

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...

The California Consumer Privacy Act was passed and signed into law last summer. It takes effect at the beginning of 2020. The law, as it now stands, overlaps somewhat with GDPR, but also has its own framework that contains a set of different rules and requirements – so...

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...

Clients often dismiss business interruption insurance as an unnecessary expense – until they’re immersed in a crisis that brings operations to a screeching halt. This can be a natural disaster or a man-made mishap, but the results can be financially devastating for bot...

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