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Death Knell for Independent Contractors in California?

By John W. Tulac On April 30, 2018, The California Supreme Court ruled that independent contractors for the most part no longer exist in California. In Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v Superior Court, the California Supreme Court discarded the old test for independent contractors and imposed a new three-part test …

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Data Backup Strategy

By Ryan Kincer Every business knows they need to backup their data. Not every business does. And even those who think they are backing up are unaware they have gaps and are at risk of not being able to recover some of their data. Being faced with data loss is one of …

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Good News for Worker’s Comp!!

By Tim Kolacz In the past 24 months there have been so many changes to the Workers Comp laws here in California that it has been hard for even the most astute business owner to follow. From the changes in the values of your losses affecting your Experience Mod, to …

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Factors that Influence the Value of Privately Owned Business

By Eugene E. Valdez AKA The Loan Doctor In my current walk as a banking & finance consultant more often than not many of my clients are seeking expansion financing to grow their businesses to increase their annual EBITDA, (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.)  This is a common …

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Stupid contract clauses and where to find them

By John W. Tulac Four score or so years ago, the Dean of Yale Law School, addressing lawyers of the American Bar Association, said: “There are two things wrong with legal writing. One is style. The other is content.” Things are not much better today. Reading contracts is necessary, but …

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