Small Claims Court

  At one point or another, small business owners will have overdue accounts receivables. Collecting can be achieved through a variety of means. One such option is small claims court. This is a cost-effective and friendly process that can help business owners achieve success with reluctant debtors. The current limit on small claims is $10,000 for persons or $5,000 for businesses. Demand Letter Before you Read More

How To Recover Attorney Fees

In the usual course of a lawsuit, you have a number of expenses. These include court fees, fees for experts, fees to those who serve notice, administrative expenses, and last but not least, attorney fees. And in most cases, attorney fees represent the single largest expense for a client possibly occupying 50-80% of the cost of litigation.  More importantly, California follows the general rule that each party bears Read More

What You See Is What You Get

Warranty Disclaimers In our previous blog, we talked about express and implied warranties.  If you sell a product or service, you should strongly consider disclaiming these warranties as a means of protecting your business from unnecessary risk. Here you’ll find some information on language you should include in your contracts. Since an express warranty by definition is something that the buyer based his or her Read More

I Guarantee It

Express Warranties Millions of transactions for goods and services occur every day. In most of these transactions, there are few express warranties. The reason this is true is because sellers know the problems it can cause to say something about a good or service that turns out to be wrong. This is something that you probably already know. What’s important is that there are some nuances when it comes to express Read More

Protect Your Business

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Employee Training

When you ask employers to name one aspect of the business they wish they could do better, you will often hear…provide better training for employees. This sentiment is also echoed by new employees. If so important, why doesn’t it happen more regularly? Some argue its value is intangible. Effective training can be costly. And it sometimes doesn’t fit well when a new employee needs to be immediately productive. While Read More

Screening a Candidate

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Is Your Business Protected?

A trademark can provide an additional layer of protection, since a company’s name is often tied closely with its idea. Also, by establishing a trademark, you also have added protection in the event a legal issue should arise. The documentation required to register a trademark can serve as written proof that your business idea was in the works at a specified time. These dates will be crucial in establishing the exact Read More

Go Straight to Lawvex

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At a Hire Level

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