Informational articles that answer some of the most common legal questions.
Throughout the pandemic, Congress has debated and passed financial aid packages aimed at helping struggling businesses survive. After the funds from the 2020 CARES Act were expended, the government moved
A new year has arrived, and so have many new California laws which took effect on January 1. In order to comply with these laws, businesses both large and small
This past November, California voters approved Proposition 19, which is now set to revamp certain tax issues regarding home ownership. In particular, those who inherit real property in the state
Earlier this year, Congress passed the Payroll Protection Program as a part of the CARES Act aimed at COVID-19 relief. Businesses were able to apply for, and access, funds to
This past spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic began, both the federal and state governments issued various orders to help businesses stay afloat. However, some of these protections have now expired,
The intent of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), enacted in 1978, is to protect consumers from unfair or abusive debt collection tactics. The Act sets forth clear standards