Non-solicitation clauses are typically found within employment agreements or non-compete agreements (discussed here), but can be self-supporting agreements separate and appart from employment or non-compete
Occasionally, a client asks whether s/he should incorporate outside of California, such as establishing their business as a Delaware corporation or Nevada corporation. Delaware corporations
A non-compete agreement is a contract between a company (corporation, LLC, partnership, etc.) and an owner, employee, or independent contractor that seeks to prevent the
Controversy recently sparked in the Central Valley (and then the nation when the story went viral) in response to this Facebook post by Turlock resident
The LLC in California, short for Limited Liability Company, has become a very popular legal structure for small business owners as well as larger operations.
One of the major disadvantages business owners face when doing business as a corporation (AKA a “C Corporaton) is “double taxation.” A corporation is its
With limited exceptions, a business that renders professional services cannot operate as a Limited Liability Company (LLC). “Professional services” are those that require licensing, registration,