408-478-4100

Blog & Announcements

POST-EMPLOYMENT NON-COMPETES ENFORCEABLE IN CHINA

Please read this very interesting and informative blog published by Special Counsel, Allan Marson which describes the use of non-compete clauses with employees in China.  They are effective for up to two years post-termination and incorporate liquidated damages as a...

CLOSING A WFOE (A SUBSIDIARY) IN CHINA

Please read a very informative blog by Special Counsel, Allan Marson which describes a helpful simplified deregistration procedure that he was able to use in a recent winding up in China.  It saves many months of time....

Things to Know Before Forming a Dental Corporation

By:  Serge Filatov, Esq. In my previous blog, I wrote about medical corporations.  In this blog, I want to talk about dental corporations for dentists and other dental professionals.  While the dental profession is currently being impacted in the short term due to the...

Live radio show podcast – Common legal mistakes entrepreneurs make

Tamara Pow, was invited to join Joshua Borger as a guest on a live radio show with host Charles Freedman of KSCO (1080 am). The topic was ‘common legal mistakes entrepreneurs make’. During this time of uncertainty, please listen to this very informative and timely...

SELLING AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN A COMPANY IN CHINA

For information on ‘Selling an ownership interest in a Company in China’, take a look at the blog published by Special Counsel, Allan Marson. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/selling-ownership-interest-company-china-%25E9%25A6%25AC%25E6%25A3%25AE-allan-marson-ll-m-/...

THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE FORMING A MEDICAL CORPORATION!

By: Serge Filatov, Esq. In my previous blog post I wrote about professional corporations and mentioned why certain professionals in California and the Bay Area may want to consider forming them.  In this post, I want to discuss medical corporations.  Given the current...

San Jose’s CASp Accessibility Compliance Grant Program

By: Jason Murai, Esq. Many small businesses may be unaware that they are in violation of accessibility laws such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) until they are served with an ADA lawsuit. Defending an ADA lawsuit can be very expensive and burdensome for...

YLR: So You Are Starting A Business

Tamara Pow, was invited to join Joshua Borger as a guest on this radio show  with host Jeffrey Hayden. The topic was YLR: So You Are Starting A Business. It was the first time Tamara was on live radio and enjoyed herself immensely.  Listen to this very informative...

WIRE FRAUD IS ON THE RISE!

By: Jack Easterbrook, Esq. When you hear “Covid-19” or “shelter in place,” you probably do not immediately think of a rise in risk for electronic fund transfers.  However, it appears that bad actors remain very busy and risk is going up for the unwary.  Parties to...

RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD ISSUES

By: Tamara B. Pow Esq.,  If you own residential rental property, you are most likely dealing with tenants who are financially impacted by the shelter-in-place orders or who have incurred significant medical costs due to COVID-19. The State of California and many...

COVID-19 – EXPANDED LIST OF SYMPTOMS

By: Lisa Chapman, Esq. Please be aware of the most recent expanded list of recognized Covid-19 symptoms issued by the Center for Disease Control (CDC)   Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19: Cough...

California Notarizations During Covid: Good News and Bad News

By: Tamara Pow, Esq. As a business and real estate attorney I have always liked to keep my notary commission up to date so that I can notarize documents for clients in the middle of a deal, even if it is after hours and all of the secretaries and paralegals with...

Submit Online Payment

Payment Memo:

If you have any problems making a payment, please contact us at (408) 478-4100 during business hours or email billing@strategylaw.com

1 S Almaden Blvd. Suite 700 

San Jose, CA 95113

408-478-4100

info@strategylaw.com

Follow

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.