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Blog Posts in June, 2015

  • Employment contract disputes may need presidential intervention

    California residents recently experienced what can happen when unions and employers are unable to come to an agreement on a new contract. On the East Coast, another dispute has been going on since 2011. This may be one of those contract disputes that requires presidential intervention in order to be resolved. The contracts between the state's transit authority and its employees expired in 2011. ...
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  • Uber Loses Arguments In Employee Contract Disputes

    Back on May 27, 2015, it was reported here that Uber Technologies Inc. was being sued for stealing their business concept (" Business litigation filed by California man alleging idea theft "). Apparently, this was not the only legal entanglement with which Uber is faced. Employee contract disputes were taken to the California Labor Commission. Uber was classifying drivers for the smartphone ride ...
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  • Uber loses arguments in employee contract disputes

    Back on May 27, 2015, it was reported here that Uber Technologies Inc. was being sued for stealing their business concept ("Business litigation filed by California man alleging idea theft"). Apparently, this was not the only legal entanglement with which Uber is faced. Employee contract disputes were taken to the California Labor Commission. Uber was classifying drivers for the smartphone ride ...
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  • The Business Formation And Planning That Goes Into An LLC

    A lot of preparation goes into starting a new company in California. The business formation and planning stages include a choice of entity structure. When the chosen entity is a limited liability company, several steps much be taken before the entity becomes legal and available to do business. First, and possibly the most fun part of the process, is to choose a name for the company. The only ...
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  • H-4 EAD Rule

    On February 24, 2015, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez announced H-4 EAD Rule i.e. effective May 26, 2015, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who are seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. DHS amended the regulations ...
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  • Takata Corp. Could Face Business Litigation In Airbag Recall

    Nearly everyone in California has heard about the problems with Takata Corp.'s airbags. As more automakers are forced to issue recalls due to the faulty airbags, Takata could find itself facing business litigation . Lawsuits could come not only from automakers that are spending time and money in connection with the recall, but claims could also come from the families of the people who have been ...
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