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Does My Business Need to Pay for Workers Compensation in California?
California has relatively fewer workers comp exceptions than other states. Do you know if you're paying workers comp unnecessarily?Aug. 21, 2019
Can You Sublet A Commercial Lease?
For commercial renters, subletting their rental unit can be a profitable way to maximize their usable space, but be wary of some of the common pitfalls.June 18, 2019
Assigning vs. Subletting A Commercial Lease
Most commercial leases allow tenants to rent out their space to a third-party, but tenants should carefully review their lease with an attorney first.June 11, 2019
7 Terms Every Business Owner Must Understand Before Signing A Commercial Lease
Signing a commercial lease without understanding the jargon can be disastrous for unwary tenants. Here are the key terms you must know before signing.June 11, 2019
Is a Triple-Net (NNN) Lease Right for My Business?
A triple-net lease (also "NNN lease") is a type of commercial lease that specifies who is responsible for which rental expenses.May 28, 2019
How To Get an Employer Identification Number (EIN)?
Your EIN is used to identify your business to the federal government. Without one, your business will not be able to open a bank account or file taxes.May 23, 2019
Top 5 Provisions to Review Before Signing a Commercial Lease
Commercial leases are different from typical residential leases. A bad lease will not only endanger the your business, but your personal assets as well.May 21, 2019
The 5 Most Common Reasons Restaurants Get Sued
Restaurants are in a legally vulnerable position. Between the employment laws and health code regulations, it can be hard to stay on top of it all.March 15, 2019