What constitutes unfair competition?

A healthy amount of competition may help drive your business to innovate and overcome your competitors in the marketplace. What does not help is when your business rivals use underhanded tactics to get an advantage over you. Federal and California laws have certain...

Types of business partnerships

Oftentimes, running a business is not easy to do alone. A helping hand might feel necessary when so much is at stake. Finding a business partner can take a great deal of weight off a person's shoulders, but it is important to have foresight. The way partners share...

Could California ban NDAs?

Non-disclosure agreements are a controversial topic. Some people feel they provide much-needed protection for businesses, but other people feel they are unfair to employees. According to CNN, the California legislature is working on a bill that would ban NDAs in...

How do NDAs work?

Protecting competitive assets is one of the most important parts of security for a business, no matter the size, industry or market. A popular way of doing this is by keeping sensitive information out of the hands of competitors. Nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) serve...

When can you appeal a civil judgment?

As a business owner or executive, you may pay closer attention to published accounts of litigation against companies within your industry in California. Often, when those companies come out on the losing end of court rulings, the accompanying civil judgments prove so...

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