Category Archives: Business Law

Doing Business With the Almost-Dead.com

The dot-coms’ demise has filled the news recently. Every day brings new reports of layoffs, CEO resignations and, inevitably, bankruptcies and liquidations. Those who never forgot that profits, a positive bottom line and a business plan really do matter may simply shrug, “Too bad!” Perhaps it’s as natural to dance on the hoods of repossessed Porsches of twenty-something… Read More »

Have you chosen the right type of business to protect your assets?

Article written based on California Law As small business owners are well aware, we live in a time where anyone who feels that they have been wronged files a lawsuit. Now, more than ever, it is important that small businesses examine their options to determine the correct type of business entity in which to operate. Choosing the right… Read More »

Are Non Compete Agreements Enforceable?

Despite what most high-tech employers think, California courts are extremely reluctant to enforce a non-compete agreement that an employee signs as a condition of his/her employment. California Business and Professions Code Section 16600 provides that subject to certain limited exceptions “every contract by which anyone is restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade or business of any… Read More »