1. Retaliation Liability Law for San Francisco Business Owners

    As a business owner, you must ensure that your workplace is free from any discrimination or harassment. Employees have the right to work in a safe environment, and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits workplace harassment and discrimination of employees based several factors including race, religion, and sex. California law clearly states that employees have the right to…Read More

  2. When To Call Your Lawyer

    We’ve all seen the TV shows that show alleged criminals in handcuffs demanding to speak to their lawyer. Of course, the business world is exciting in entirely different ways from imaginary crime shows; therefore, it may be less clear in the general day-to-day shuffle of things as to when you should get your business attorney involved. Times You Will Need Your Business Attorney As a business owne…Read More

  3. Founder disputes

    When you first sit down with your business partners to come up with your business plan, everything is typically rosy. Like any relationship, the story usually begins with the joy and excitement over creating a new business. But, like any relationship, it takes two to tango. Eventually, every team will run into disagreements or differing opinions on how best to grow the business. Some teams will be…Read More