Category: Business and Entity Formation

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...

By: Jason Murai, Esq., Businesses and individuals in the construction industry require a license when engaging in projects where the total cost in labor and materials is $500 or more. Licenses may be issued to a business entity if the business employs a licensed...

By: Serge Filatov, Esq. When you say Covid-19 or recession, most people don’t think about new companies forming. However, with staff reductions in professional firms and organizations due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, there will likely be many new professional organization formations in the...

By: Tamara B. Pow, Esq. As discussed in my last blog, many business owners are looking at forming LLCs as a result of the new tax act. In addition to any potential tax breaks, there are some other advantages to forming a limited liability...

By: Tamara B. Pow, Esq. When starting an LLC, carefully consider the powers granted to an LLC manager. Your operating agreement should have customized provisions regarding what the manager(s) can and cannot do – do not just accept some form language. As an LLC...

By: Tamara Pow, Esq. The California Secretary of State has updated business entity forms yet again this year. In July I wrote a blog referencing the changes to certain LLC forms including the Articles of Organization, Certificate of Dissolution, Certificate of Cancellation and the...

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