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How much embezzlement is a federal felony?

federal felony How much embezzlement is a federal felony? Embezzlement is a serious crime that can result in significant legal consequences. When it comes to embezzlement, the severity of the crime is often determined by the amount of money or property that
Posted in Business Law, Criminal Defense, Law 101

Why Does A Case Go To Federal Court?

Federal Court Why Does A Case Go To Federal Court? The United States has two different types of courts: state courts and federal courts. It is important to know the distinction in order to understand why a case goes to federal court.
Posted in Law 101, Litigation Series

Are LLC Membership Interests “Securities”?

Securities Are LLC Membership Interests “Securities”? In a recent and unexpected development in government guidelines, securities law can now apply to an ownership interest in an LLC. An ownership stake may occasionally qualify as a security covered by federal and state
Posted in Corporate Law, Law 101

Insurance Policies 101

Insurance Policies 101 Insurance Policies 101 Understanding the basic structure of rather esoteric documents such as insurance policies takes a proper dissection. Below, we breakdown and understand the basics of declarations, endorsements, conditions, and exclusions that fall under insurance policies.   Declarations Declarations
Posted in Law 101

Royalty Financing: Creative Way For Start Up Financing

Royalty Financing: Another Creative Way For Start Up Financing Royalty Financing: Another Creative Way For Start Up Financing In today’s world, a frozen credit market and dried up funding channels have made it nearly impossible to start a business. However, there are still some creative ways to secure funding
Posted in Business Planning, Corporate Law, Law 101

Business Taxation in California

Business Taxation in California Business Taxation in California Business taxation structure is based on factors such a legal entity and state regulations. The state of California structures their business taxation based on legal entities. Depending if the business is submitted to corporate or personal
Posted in Business Law, Business Planning, Corporate Law, Law 101

SBA Micro Lending and Business Capital

SBA Micro Lending and Business Capital SBA Micro Lending and Business Capital Due to tough economic times, small businesses might struggle securing capital funds from credit lenders, banks, or personal resources such as friends or family. Small businesses financial support in order to survive and ultimately
Posted in Business Law, Commercial Leasing, Law 101

Business Accounting 101

Business Accounting 101 Business Accounting 101 In order to run a financially viable AND responsible business, owners should make sure they are preparing and reviewing accounting activities. Three financial records that owners should be aware of are: balance sheets, cash-flow statements, and profit
Posted in Business Law, Law 101

Corporate Taxes 101 for California Business Owners

Corporate Taxes 101 Corporate Taxes 101 for California Business Owners Business taxation structure differs in every state. The legal entity of a business in California determines whether the income of a business is submitted through personal income tax or corporate tax. This is
Posted in Business Law, Commercial Leasing, Corporate Law, Law 101

Arbitration – What You Need to Know

What is Arbitration? Arbitration is a mechanism that helps resolve disputes outside of the courtroom. An arbitrator is a third party who has access to documents and hears oral arguments by both sides of the case. Each side can (and
Posted in Law 101, Litigation Series, Personal Law
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