Solutions for Non-Paying Customers

Solutions for Non-Paying Customers

Solutions for Non-Paying Customers Asking your clients to pay early, or at least submit deposits before work begins, is the simplest strategy to assist decrease cash flow risk. You can make a plan to waive this need, but the default
Failure to Supervise - Corporate Officer Liability

Failure to Supervise – Corporate Officer Liability

Failure to Supervise – Corporate Officer Liability California Business and Professions Code Section 10159.2 establishes a duty to supervise employees by a designated officer of a corporate real estate broker. However, the Court of Appeal decided that this duty only
Do Not Ignore Old Deeds, Mortgages, and Trusts

Do Not Ignore Old Deeds, Mortgages, and Trusts

Do Not Ignore Old Deeds, Mortgages, and Trusts Many property owners may be operating under the belief that old mortgages, deeds of trust, and other documents that provide a security interest in real property to secure a debt will disappear
What's an Integration Clause in CA?

What’s an Integration Clause in CA?

What’s an Integration Clause in CA? Any lawyer can attest that they’ve dealt with a wide array of disputes that involve written contracts. These disputes may involve a disagreement over terms negotiated outside of the contract. However, the parties either
Examples of Ethical Violations from your Attorney

Examples of Ethical Violations from your Attorney

Examples of Ethical Violations from your Attorney A lawyer is held to very high standards by the bar association and those they work with. This includes a code of ethical standards, failure of which to uphold can result in allegations
Signs of Legal Malpractice

Signs of Legal Malpractice

Signs of Legal Malpractice A lawyer is obligated to certain professional standards when representing you in court. They can be held accountable for any reckless behavior that negatively affects the outcome of your case. Careless action may be difficult to
Legal Self-Defense Weapons in CA

Legal Self-Defense Weapons in CA

Legal Self-Defense Weapons in CA What is considered self-defense in California? Under California’s self-defense laws, it is permissible for you to stand your ground and act in self-defense when you: Believe to be in “imminent danger” of suffering bodily harm,
Why is My Settlement Taking so Long? Part II

Why is My Settlement Taking so Long? Part II

Why is My Settlement Taking so Long? Part II   The Timeline of a Personal Injury Lawsuit A personal injury case might take months or years. Aspects of the case include the victim’s injuries, whether the victim is willing to
Why is My Settlement Taking So Long? Part I of II

Why is My Settlement Taking So Long? Part I of II

Why is My Settlement Taking So Long? Part I of II While a personal injury case is ideally settled swiftly, there are many reasons why cases might take a long time to settle: The medical treatment is still progressing. Victims
Committing a Misdemeanor While on Bail

Committing a Misdemeanor While Out on Bail

Committing a Misdemeanor While on Bail What is Bail? Bail is the sum of money a defendant must post with the court to be discharged. The money assures the court that the defendant will appear at all future court dates.