New Laws for 2019!
Written by Darius Khayat // March 4, 2019 // News
A New Year in California means we have a number of new laws that will likely affect you. Some of the more notable changes for 2019 include: • Plastic straws will only be given in full-service restaurants if requested. • …
To Be, Or Not To Be…Excluded From The Requirement of Workers’ Compensation Coverage for Business Owners –
Written by Darius Khayat // May 23, 2017 // Articles, Business Law
I have been writing my clients recently that may be affected by Assembly Bill 2883 which made changes to the rules regarding the exclusion from the requirement of workers compensation coverage of owners of the company who are also officers or …
MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE; THE GOOD, BAD & THE EXPENSIVE
Written by Darius Khayat // June 27, 2014 // Articles
If you are a small business owner, you may not be aware that the minimum wage in California will increase to $9.00 per hour come July 1. I have had several conversations with business clients recently who were unaware of …
NEW ADA RELATED LEGISLATION THAT AFFECTS MOST SMALL BUSINESSES
Written by Darius Khayat // January 30, 2013 // News
A client called recently regarding a lawsuit she was served with that alleged that the parking lot for her business was not properly striped in compliance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). These claims can be …
CALIFORNIA CONTRACTORS CAN NOW FORM AND OPERATE THROUGH LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES.
Written by Darius Khayat // August 24, 2012 // Articles
The California Business and Professions Code only authorizes a limited liability company to render services that can lawfully be rendered pursuant to a license, certificate, or registration authorized by the Business and Professions Code if the provisions of that code …