CALIFORNIA LAW

Usury Law in California

Usury Law in California

Imagine being a lender and loaning someone $100,000 and not being able to collect on the interest or even the original borrowed amount. Now imagine instead if you collected interest on that loaned amount, but due to violating a California law on the loan had to pay

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WLG Resolves Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract

WLG Resolves Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract

Webb Law Group proudly takes you inside a real case that was handled by our firm. While names have been omitted for privacy purposes, we will approach the matter of a Breach of a Royalty Agreement Contract within the context of this real case. We will take

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Breach of Contract: Making Changes and Refusing to Pay for Them

Breach of Contract: Making Changes and Refusing to Pay for Them

A breach of contract occurs when an agreement between two parties is not honored and any or all of the terms have been violated. When a breach of contract has occurred, the adverse party will often seek damages in order to recover losses from the contract not

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Responding to a California Cease and Desist Letter

Responding to a California Cease and Desist Letter

A cease and desist letter can be a nightmare for a business owner. More often than not, an order to cease and desist comes unexpectedly. Most ethical business owners do not intend to do anything that would infringe upon another business owner’s rights, but it can happen

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California Hour and Wage Dispute for Special Circumstances

California Hour and Wage Dispute for Special Circumstances

Knowledge of employment law in California can be particularly beneficial in situations involving hour and wage disputes. Most California workers are aware of the basics. For example, you should have regular break periods and be paid overtime when you exceed 40 hours a week. You must be

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California Contract Amendment and Creation

California Contract Amendment and Creation

Contracts are very important for many reasons. Not having a contract and going strictly off of a handshake or a spoken agreement can make your case pretty shaky in court. It’s not undoable, granted, but it’s difficult. It’s just hard to prove anything if there isn’t some

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When You’re Trying to Retire and Get Fired Instead

When You’re Trying to Retire and Get Fired Instead

You’ve worked hard your entire life with this day often in the back of your mind: the day you can put all that hard work into a long, enjoyable retirement. You’ve been a valuable employee to your company. You’ve done all the right things and this time

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Business Formation, Creating a Business LLC or S-Corp

Business Formation, Creating a Business LLC or S-Corp

One of the most important decisions a business owner can make when establishing a new business is whether to establish the business as a California Limited Liability Company, LLC, or as the California S Corporation, S-Corp. There are different degrees of personal protection offered by each option.

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Legal Recourse in Nondisclosure of Property Defect Cases

Legal Recourse in Nondisclosure of Property Defect Cases

Honesty isn’t just the best policy. It’s actually very often the only lawful way to go. A common occurrence in the real estate world that enters the legal realm is nondisclosure of property defects. While in many cases the seller was aware of the problem and did

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Employment Wage & Hour Dispute

Employment Wage & Hour Dispute

If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working? It’s a famous line from the film, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” and it speaks volumes about the bad and the ugly of negative work situations. Having a job where you don’t feel

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California Quiet Title Action

California Quiet Title Action

Quiet title action is performed in order to determine who the actual owner of a property is. It may also be used to determine individual interests in a property. A quiet title action will usually occur when parties with interest in a property disagree or have a

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California Bank Levies, Property Levies, and Assignment Orders

California Bank Levies, Property Levies, and Assignment Orders

In California, refusing or otherwise failing to pay on a debt can result in many different legal actions being taken against you. Options include bank levies, property levies, and assignment orders. Different actions may be taken for different situations. It’s a good idea to know your rights

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Your Intellectual Property Deserves to be Protected

Often times, most people believe that they don’t need to protect their company brand or other related intellectual property. Unfortunately for these individuals, they soon learn that protecting their intellectual property could have saved them money, time, and the rights to the hard earned property that they

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Protecting Yourself and Your Rights in a Legal Wage Dispute

Protecting Yourself and Your Rights in a Legal Wage Dispute

Labor Laws can often be confusing and difficult to understand, that is why it is extremely important that you are aware of your rights as an employee. Laws can vary from state to state; however, in the state of California, the laws are written quite specifically. If

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― Abraham Kuyper
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