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By: Jack Easterbrook, Esq. Introduction As aptly stated by Daniel King in Mother Jones, “[it’s] a riveting, baffling and/or solemn day in this country when the highest court must step in to adjudicate a definitional dispute as basic as this: does “and” mean “and”?...

By: Tamara B. Pow, Esq. When California first passed the Passthrough Entity Elective Tax (“PEET”) the law (AB 150) had some limits that made it not as attractive for some taxpayers. Since then there have been some retroactive fixes to the law (SB 113)...

In order to assist law enforcement and national security by preventing owners from hiding behind shell and front companies, the new Corporate Transparency Act will require companies to report beneficial owners (direct and indirect) who own at least 25% and those persons who exercise...

By: Jason Murai, Esq. In our pre-election article we discussed two propositions that were on the ballot, Proposition 15 and Proposition 19, that would have raised property taxes for some owners of real property. Prop 15 was defeated, but Prop 19 passed by a...

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...

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...

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