Employment Law or Labor Law concerns the legal relationship between employers and employees. Statutes regarding labor law are found at all levels of government, from federal to state, to city and county. Employment law consists of thousands of Federal and state statutes, administrative regulations, and judicial decisions. Many employment lawsRead More →

Types of Business Bankruptcy Chapter 7 – Straight Bankruptcy. Requires a debtor to be within a certain asset limit or to give up the property over that limit to be sold by the court. Fully discharges the debts. In order to file chapter 7 bankruptcy: You must reside or haveRead More →

It is estimated that there will be about 250,000 cases of Mesothelioma before 2020. An estimated 1.3 million employees in construction and general industry face significant asbestos exposure on the job. Heaviest exposures occur in the construction industry, particularly during the removal of asbestos during renovation or demolition. Employees areRead More →

Unfair competition law is mainly composed of infringements, which cause economic damage to enterprises through fraud or improper business practices. Unfair competition can be divided into two categories: Unfair competition Sometimes used only to refer to infringements (also known as deceptive transactions) that are intended to confuse consumers with theRead More →

To help you better understand California’s laws about unfair competition, our California Personal Injury lawyers discuss the following: 1. What is unfair competition? 2. Who can sue California for unfair competition? 3. What is the remedy for unfair competition? 4. What are the statutes of limitations for unfair competition inRead More →

Commercial and professional regulations 17200 17209 is California’s unfair competition law, explained by personal injury lawyers. Personal injury lawyer Neil Shouse explained that California’s anti-unfair competition law prohibits companies from engaging in false advertising and other anti-competitive business practices. If an individual or a competitor is harmed by another company’sRead More →