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The program providing special incentives for such corporations was repealed. I have no idea why this statement of the purpose of the repealed provisions was left. We will advise you on what type of e ...Read more

A retired attorney who is not a bar member cannot give legal advice, legally.  Therefore, there is no such person to hire.  incorporating a non-profit is not a big deal.  The big deal i ...Read more

You are mixing concepts.  Partners are in a partnership.  Shareholders are in a corporation.  An S-Corp is a tax designation and has nothing to do with ownership.  The transfer of ...Read more

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Contractors' Qualifiers Are Not All Created Equal

Corporations seeking or holding a license with the California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) must identify a qualifier—an officer or employee who is qualified for the same license cl ... Read more

The Business Judgment Rule and Liability

The business judgment rule is an important aspect of business, and an essential instrument in a high-level executive’s toolbox. Corporate directors are required to make important business deci ... Read more

PHILADELPHIA EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS: GENERAL MILLS AGE DISCRIMINATION ACTION

General Mills must defend itself against new allegations ofage discrimination, following a recent complaint filed by 29 former employees in Minnesota federal court. Each was terminated in 2014 and 201 ... Read more

The Legal Battle for Cell Phone Privacy Wages On

By Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC of Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC posted in Corporate & Business on Monday, March 21, 2016. In order to aid Federal law enforceme ... Read more

Can I Sue A Nursing Home For Neglect And Deficient Care?

Answer: Yes. California law provides several types of claims that a patient - or surviving heirs if the patient has died - may bring. While many dedicated professionals work at residential care faci ... Read more

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