Are commercial tenants still protected against being evicted and for how long? The deadline is approaching. This article touches on how some of the cities in the bay area are preventing commercial evictions and when that protection is set to expire.
In 2018, Oprah Winfrey became the first Black woman to win the Cecil B. DeMille Award for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment. In her rousing acceptance speech, she repeated the mantra that “time is up” for those who harass, oppress, and discriminate against women.
California courts, both state and federal, issued several opinions about trade secret and competition law in 2020. This article will take a look at some of the key cases and highlight important areas of the law that courts either developed or clarified this past year.
Picture this: You are an up-and-coming Hollywood actor and you have landed a meeting with a big-name producer. A morning meeting is scheduled and you go to this producer’s hotel room. You are surprised to find the producer still in a bathrobe, and even more surprised when the producer asks to give you a massage. You end up leaving the ...
From time to time, disputes may arise between a homeowners' association (HOA) and its members. Such disagreements may include discriminatory behavior, breach of fiduciary duty, maintenance delays, misappropriation of HOA funds, or bogus fines. If you are involved in a major homeowner's association disagreement, consulting with a knowledgeable California real estate attorney is crucial for detailed guidance.
Recognizing the signs of embezzlement is important for any business in the San Francisco Bay Area. This includes employees who commit fraud, abuse privileges, or steal from the company. Learn more about how you can recognize the early signs of embezzlement and protect your company.