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“StormyAvenatti Show” is Over!

“StormyAvenatti Show” is Over!

Today, Judge Otero dismissed the case filed by Michael Avenatti on behalf of Stormy Daniels against Donald Trump. The lawsuit that made Michael Avenatti as a household name has come to an end. Have you ever heard about Stormy Daniels, Michael Cohen, Donald J. Trump,...

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New California Laws Impacting Civil Litigation

New California Laws Impacting Civil Litigation

Businesses involved in civil litigation may be impacted by new laws enacted by the state legislature. Before Mediation Clients Need to Be Notified in Writing of Confidentiality Restrictions If you’ll be involved in mediation (where a neutral third party is used to...

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New California Employment Laws

New California Employment Laws

A number of new laws impacting California employers go into effect in 2019. Some apply narrowly to specific industries others cover most employers. Oil Facility Emergency Responder Exception for Employee Breaks The California Supreme Court in its 2016 decision...

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Big Changes Will Take Place in 2019!

Big Changes Will Take Place in 2019!

https://youtu.be/6_na2OVTEuM Happily working on my law practice on Saturday, and I'm working on big changes for 2019 - moving from an hourly based fee structure to a more predictable and results based fee structure! 🙂 ⭐We take care of legal issues for business owners...

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What is a Corporate Seal and Do I need one for my company?

What is a Corporate Seal and Do I need one for my company?

  https://youtu.be/bMwVdjtJc9g ✅A corporate seal is used to stamp or emboss important business documents to show that it is authorized and approved by the board of directors of the company. Do you need one for your company? ✅ In California the answer is no.  The use...

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How long does IRS have to audit your tax returns?

How long does IRS have to audit your tax returns?

[Click below to Play the video] https://www.facebook.com/FocusLawLA/videos/1844654555657433/?t=0 If I want to be cynical about it, the answer is the time never ends. But generally speaking, IRS has the following time frame to audit your business: 3 years - after the...

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