Monthly Archives: January 2017

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How to Protect Your Business and Yourself During Construction

By | January 30th, 2017|Construction Law|

To protect your business, sometimes all you need is to pay attention to some small details and make minor adjustments. These minor adjustments can save you hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees or sometimes can keep it from going bankrupt because of a law suit. Owners: Do the following. Get conditional lien releases [...]

Mechanics Lien 101

By | January 16th, 2017|Construction Law|

This blog talks about what a mechanics lien is, how can it be imposed on a property and how a property owner can get rid of it. What It Is California law provides that anytime a contractor, engineer, or architect does work that benefits real property, if that person does not get paid, he or [...]

Contracts: Simple and Often Misunderstood Business Tools

By | January 9th, 2017|Business Law|

Most business relationships start with a contract.  This contract can be verbal, or written; very informal or formal, but let’s not forget that at the heart they are all contracts.  Most business lawsuits also involve contracts and start over a contractual dispute.  So we cannot discount the importance of words that constitute our agreements in [...]