On behalf of Thaler Law posted in business formation on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Businesses can take certain steps to ensure important information is protected and they secure the specific things that give them a competitive edge over California competitors. One option involves employment contracts, and for some businesses, this means including nondisclosure terms in the contract or writing separate nondisclosure agreements for employees to sign. NDAs can be useful tools for various types of businesses. These contracts allow a California business to keep its important information safe in the event that an employee who has access to this information leaves the company. It's a smart way to keep everything from client lists to secret formulas in the right place.
On behalf of Thaler Law posted in real estate litigation on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. When buying property in California for residential or commercial purposes, it is smart to be cognizant of the potential risks involved with that process. When there are problems with the transaction or the property, it can lead to financial loss and other risks. In order to avoid real estate litigation, a buyer will want to find out about the property's zoning classification and what that will mean for any goals for the land or building. Zoning laws determine how an owner can use a specific piece of property. It can come as a surprise to a property owner that there are limits to what he