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  • Insurance Bad Faith - Business Interruption Insurance
    Insurance Bad Faith - Business Interruption Insurance

    Can You Sue Your Insurance Company for Denying Your COVID Related Claim? Introduction . Many business owners learn when they open up a business in California the following: (1) Incorporate; (2) Ask an ...

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  • The 6 Steps to Ensuring Your Business Does Not Get Shut Down
    The 6 Steps to Ensuring Your Business Does Not Get Shut Down

    Introduction : Many Asian businesses have problems with staying open because they are not compliant with the law or do things that get them sued. The following six points will help all business owners ...

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  • Choice of Entities - Protecting Yourself from Personal Liability for Business Actions
    Choice of Entities - Protecting Yourself from Personal Liability for Business Actions

    Introduction : Many people ask us about shielding themselves from liability because of a lawsuit. In California there are six main forms of entities that one can have in business. The following will ...

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  • How to Legally Do a Medical Spa
    How to Legally Do a Medical Spa

    Summary of Article: Medical spas (surgical or non-surgical) can be legal if done properly. Any contract signed by the medical doctor must have the following requirements: (1) non-medical professionals ...

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  • 2017 Laws Affecting California Small Businesses
    2017 Laws Affecting California Small Businesses

    Legal changes affecting business owners If you are a small business in California, you should be aware of new mandates for 2017 that could affect your personnel practices. For larger employers, the HR ...

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  • New Laws Affecting Businesses in 2017
    New Laws Affecting Businesses in 2017

    It’s time to talk new employment laws for 2017. Unless specified, all new legislation goes into effect on January 1, 2017. This year, quite a few bills feature delayed or phased-in implementation. | ...

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