Top Legal Stories You Might Have Missed
In some recent articles, linked below for your ease of reference, we wrote about:

  • California Again Takes Aim at Banning Mandatory Arbitration in Employment Agreements;
  • For Now, Employee Data is Excluded From the California Consumer Privacy Act;
  • Uber’s Legal Team Says it Will Try and Beat the ABC Test;
  • Legal Considerations When Launching Your San Diego Startup; and
  • Can LLCs Issue Stock Options to Employees?

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Please enjoy the articles below and feel free to contact me for a consultation when you require legal counsel.
The California State Assembly recently passed another effort to ban mandatory arbitration agreements in employment contracts. The most recent effort was spearheaded by San Diego’s own Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez (San Diego, D.). Gonzalez proposed Assembly Bill 51...

Recently, the California State Assembly passed Assembly Bill 25 (“AB 25”) which amends various provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act. See Section 1798.145(g); see text of AB 25 here. Most of the amendments are nonsubstantive, in the nature of word changes. However, a new...

The California State Assembly recently passed AB 5 which imposed the so-called ABC test on California employers with respect to how “employees” and “independent contractors” are classified. The author of AB 5 was San Diego Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (San Diego, D). Gonzalez touted the law as an effort to bring...

So, you are finally ready to launch your new San Diego startup business. Congratulations! Starting your own business is exciting and nerve-racking at the same time. Here are a few of the most important legal considerations for any business when they are first starting out. Many people make the mistake of thinking that they can run their business without forming a corporate entity of...

A limited liability company (“LLC”) cannot issue stock options to employees as a form of compensation because an LLC does not have shares of stock. Stock is a term that relates to corporations; corporations have shares of stock as the unit of ownership, LLC’s have membership interests or units. It is possible for LLCs to...

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