An article by William F. Capps and Vanessa Han titled “UCC Article 2 Implied Warranties (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by William F. Capps titled “Services Agreement (Pro-Service Provider) (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by William F. Capps titled “Services Agreement (Pro-Customer) (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by William F. Capps and Simon Leefatt titled “General Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (Pro-Buyer) (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by Dan Quinley titled “‘Finality’ may be the next key issue in takings litigation,” was published by the Daily Journal on October 22, 2020.
An article by Ben Young titled “Alternatives to Bankruptcy: What Should Business Owners Know?” was published by West Coast Industrial Solutions on October 9, 2020.
How will Brexit impact your trademarks and other IP rights? What you need to know before December 31, 2020 The United Kingdom left the European Union on January 31, 2020. The UK is presently in a Brexit transition period, during which it has remained within the EU’s legal framework with regard to many issues, including […]
Trusteeships in an Election Year: Time-Sensitive Planning, Fiduciary Selection Considerations, and Drafting Solutions During COVID-19 By: Megan Ferkel Earhart, Esq. and Ryan Shumacher, Esq. We live in strange and unprecedented times, both from an estate planning perspective and globally. The combination of COVID-19 and a particularly tumultuous election year have led to a spike in […]
JMBM government and land use lawyer Sheri Bonstelle wrote the article, “Assembly Bill 1561 provides support for housing development projects,” published by the Daily Journal on September 10, 2010. She wrote: “AB 1561 will support housing development by allowing additional time for those with approved housing development projects to obtain financing and building permits and […]
California Targets Financial Services Industry With New Enforcement Agency by Vince Farhat After months of back and forth, Governor Gavin Newsom’s state version of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, often referred to as California’s “mini-CFPB,” is finally a reality. In late August, the California Legislature passed AB 1864, which creates the Department of Financial […]