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2020

SB 939 Alters The Terms of Commercial Leases

May 2020

SB 939 alters the terms of commercial leases. California’s Senate Judiciary Committee passed SB 939 following a 5-1 vote on May 22, 2020. Democratic State Senators Scott Wieners and Lena Gonzales introduced Senate Bill 939 (SB 939) in response to the stay-at-home orders and other regulations related to COVID-19 negatively affecting businesses operating under a […]

COVID-19: California Resources

May 2020

We are dedicating this post to COVID-19 information and resources. Our goal is to centralize key links so that businesses, landlords, employees and tenants can find actionable information quickly. If you need a legal consultation regarding navigating and coping with COVID-19 relating laws and regulations, please contact our office. Instead of writing new articles, we […]

Federal Judge Extends Restraining Order Preventing Ban on Employment Arbitration Agreements (AB51)

Feb 2020

Quoting from the Federal Docket: “ MINUTE ORDER issued by Courtroom Deputy C. Schultz for Chief District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller: On January 10, 2020, the court heard oral argument on plaintiffs’ motion to preliminarily enjoin enforcement of California Assembly Bill 51 (“AB 51”). ECF No. 5 . At hearing, the court granted each party opportunity to […]

California 2020: Employee v. Independent Contractors, Wage and Hour, Arbitration, Discrimination and more

Feb 2020

Areas of Law:  This newsletter touches on several intertwined areas of business and employment law that are impacted by California’s new laws:  (1)  Employee v. Independent Contractor plus Wage and Hour; (2) Arbitration; (3) Discrimination and (4) Other areas.  Why it Matters?:  In our opinion, any business — whether it has 5, 50, 500 or 5,000 employees […]

2019

Adishian Law Group and Adishian Capital Profiled in Southbay Magazine (November 2019 Issue)

Nov 2019

EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 15, 2019)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that Adishian Law Group, P.C. and Adishian Capital were profiled in the current issue of Southbay Magazine. As the magazine states, “Adishian Law Group practices business, employment and real estate law. The firms work includes leading mission-critical transactions and litigation, and high-stakes […]

Chris Adishian Speaks at Loyola Marymount University

Nov 2019

Adishian Law Group and Adishian Capital Profiled in Southbay Magazine (November 2019 Issue) Chris Adishian Speaks at Loyola Marymount University’s Real Estate Alumni Council’s Event “How to Get Started and Succeed in Investment Real Estate”

Adishian Law Group Advises Premier World Discovery on Acquisition of AFC Vacations

Jun 2019

EL SEGUNDO, CA (June 20, 2019)—Adishian Law Group Advises Premier World Discovery on Acquisition of AFC Vacations. Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce the Premier World Discovery has completed the acquisition of AFC Vacations.   The Company’s Press Release regarding the acquisition follows: Redondo Beach, CA – June 20, 2019 – Premier World Discovery announced that […]

Independent Contractors Under Dynamex

May 2019

General Background The classification of an individual performing services for an operating company has long been an area of ambiguity and contention. Oftentimes, an employer may want to classify a new hire as an independent contractor. Oftentimes, an employee may want to be classified as an independent contractor. The critical hot buttons at issue with […]

ADISHIAN LAW GROUP REPRESENTS HOME OWNER IN “HERITAGE OAK”

Jan 2019

Adishian Law Group Represents Home Owner in “Heritage Oak” Tree Removal Dispute with Pacific Gas & Eletric (PG&E)

2018

Adishian Law Group and Adishian Capital Profiled in Southbay Magazine (November 2018 Issue)

Nov 2018

EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 15, 2018)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that Adishian Law Group, P.C. and Adishian Capital were profiled in the current issue of Southbay Magazine. As the magazine states, “Adishian Law Group practices business, employment and real estate law. Their work includes leading mission-critical transactions and litigation, and high-stakes employment […]

California v. Starbucks

Sep 2018

The California Supreme Court recently ruled against Starbucks regarding its practice of not paying employees for alleged “de minimis” work performed after clocking out. Starbucks had a practice of having their employees perform certain administrative and clean up duties after “clocking out” for the day. The effect was that the employees were not paid for […]

Independent Contractors

Sep 2018

It’s as Easy as A-B-C, right? Independent Contractors are always a point of tension.  Recently, the California Supreme Court adopted the “ABC” Test to determine distinguish between employees and independent contractors. The classification of an individual performing services for an operating company has long been an area of ambiguity and contention. Oftentimes, an employer may […]

California real estate law

Sep 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder Chris Adishian answers why Adishian Law Group practices real estate law. Transcript Our firm practices real estate because I’ve always had an interest in real estate as a young adult and that interest just grew over time. Fortunately, along the way I had two great instructors, one was Marvin Starr, […]

California business law

Aug 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder Chris Adishian answers why Adishian Law Group practices business law. Transcript Well, business law is an actual area of interest for me. Growing up, I was in a family where both parents ran small businesses and when I went on to school at Berkeley, my major was in mathematical economics […]

General Counsel

Aug 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder Chris Adishian explains why business owners should hire a general counsel even if they’re not in litigation. Transcript Our most successful clients are committed to constantly improving their decision-making process. They understand that two great equalizers in life are time and the ability to make decisions. And they also understand […]

Ridgeline, LLC Sues EcoArk Holdings and Related Defendants

Jun 2018

Ridgeline, LLC Sues EcoArk Holdings (OTC: EARK) / (OTCQX: ZEST) and Related Defendants: Suit Alleges Breach of Contract, Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Fraud in the Inducement and Other Causes of Action 58 Year Old Former Market Representative Sues Cambria Company LLC: Suit Highlights Age Discrimination, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, […]

Adishian Law Group Advises Malaga Bank on Real Estate Purchase

May 2018

EL SEGUNDO, CA (May 11, 2018)—Adishian Law Group Advises Malaga Bank on Real Estate Purchase. Adishian Law Group in El Segundo, California is pleased to announce that Malaga Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaga Financial Corporation, (OTC: MLGF) acquired its headquarter’s office building.  Malaga Bank is a full service community bank headquartered on the […]

Perceived whistleblowers

May 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian answers the question: “Are perceived whistleblowers protected under California law?” Transcript Under the California Whistleblower Statute 1102.5, actual whistleblowers, people who actually blew the whistle, are protected, and so are perceived whistleblowers. For example, if management believes that an employee blew the whistle on some […]

Whistleblower

Apr 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian explains the recent change in California’s Whistleblower Statute, California Labor Code 1102.5. Transcript As of January 1st, 2014, there was a significant change in the California Whistleblower Statute which is California Labor Code 1102.5, and the real significant change is it changed the definition of […]

Plaintiffs and defendants

Apr 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian discusses why Adishian Law Group represents both plaintiffs and defendants, and why he believes clients are better served with attorneys who have experience litigating on “both sides.” Transcript In our employment practice, we do represent both plaintiffs and defendants. It is a little bit unusual […]

Mediator’s proposal

Apr 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian explains “What is a Mediator’s proposal?” Transcript Over the last few years we’re finding that more and more cases at mediation are resolving through the mediator’s proposal. In essence, the mediator’s proposal means the parties have not been able to resolve the dispute on their […]

Mediation

Apr 2018

Watch Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian provide an answer to the question:  “What is mediation?” Transcript Mediation is a form of dispute resolution, it’s often confused with arbitration. They have a certain similarity in that it is in a form of alternative dispute resolution. And also, many of the same […]

Arbitration

Mar 2018

Watch Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian answer the question “What is arbitration?” Transcript Arbitration is a dispute resolution process created under federal and state statute whereby the parties can agree by contract to bypass the civil court system. This is significant because if you have an arbitration agreement that’s enforceable, […]

FEHA

Mar 2018

Watch Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian explain FEHA, the California Fair Employment & Housing Act. Transcript  The department of fair employment and housing (DFEH) is the state agency charged with enforcing the anti-discrimination statutes (FEHA) of the State of California. We’re often asked, what type of discrimination is prohibited under […]

Wrongful Termination

Mar 2018

Wrongful termination is a phrase almost every employer and employee knows.  What is a wrongful termination?  What should you do if you experience what you believe is a wrongful termination? Here, Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian explains what to do if you believe you are about to be, or have […]

California Employment Lawyer Video

Mar 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Employment Lawyer Chris Adishian explains why Adishian Law Group practices employment law. Transcript Employment law is a fascinating area, and has a profound effect on individuals, family, and individuals in society at large. And California has a unique system of laws governing the employer employee relationship, which is […]

Keys to success in the legal profession

Feb 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian answers to what Adishian Law Group attributes their success in the legal industry. Transcript: We’ve earned a reputation for being friendly, truthful, fair minded, and respectful. This extends to our clients, judges, vendors, court clerks, opposing parties, and opposing party’s counsel. And as a result, […]

Adishian Law Group’s Clients

Feb 2018

We are often asked “Who do you represent?”  Here, Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian talks about the breadth of clients Adishian Law Group represents. Transcript California is a huge economy on the global map, and it attracts businesses and individuals from all over the world for its real estate, business, […]

How To Choose a Lawyer

Feb 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian explains how to start a relationship with Adishian Law Group. Transcript: The attorney and client relationship is very important, and we always recommend that the potential client, whether it’s a business or an individual, interview several attorneys before making a decision. To contact our firm, […]

Why Adishian Law Group is Unique

Feb 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian explains why Adishian Law Group is unique. Transcript: Our business and real estate clients benefit by having a legal team that’s equally comfortable with complex financial models and legal briefs. For clients active in real estate, whether that’s buying, selling, leasing, or exchanging, our combination […]

Adishian Law Group attends ground

Feb 2018

Adishian Law Group attends ground-breaking for client’s new AC Hotel in El Segundo. 63 year old market representative Sues Cambria Company, LLC: Suit Highlights Age Discrimination, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy and Unfair Competition.

Skills necessary to be a successful lawyer

Jan 2018

Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney Chris Adishian describe what skills are most necessary to be a successful lawyer. Transcript It’s kind of interesting, a Berkeley study identified several factors, and they talked about situational judgement, dispositional optimism, emotion recognition. And we’d like to add, probably to that, creative problem solving and high […]

Law is a helping profession

Jan 2018

Why being a lawyer appeals to Adishian Law Group, P.C. founder and California Attorney, Chris Adishian. Transcript The practice of law is ultimately a helping profession, and that’s why we exist, to help our clients. When we can do something to apply our skills and abilities to help our clients achieve goals or results they […]

Adishian Law Group attends “soft-launch”

Jan 2018

Adishian Law Group attends “soft-launch” of Japan House Los Angeles.

2017

Adishian Law Group Advises Pioneer Magnetics on Sale of Business

Dec 2017

EL SEGUNDO, CA (December 31, 2017)—Adishian Law Group Advises Pioneer Magnetics on Sale of Business. Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce the sale of Pioneer Magnetics' power supply business to United States Technologies-Aldetec Holdings Company ("UST-Aldetec"). "This transaction was an opportunity to represent a truly remarkable sixty year old, Santa Monica-based family business that [...]
Adishian Law Group and Adishian Capital Profiled in Southbay Magazine (November 2017 Issue)

Nov 2017

EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 14, 2017)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that Adishian Law Group, P.C. and Adishian Capital were profiled in the current issue of Southbay Magazine. As the magazine states, “Adishian Law Group practices business, employment and real estate law. The firm leads mission-critical transactions and litigation, with a focus on […]

Adishian Law Group Advises On $12 Million New Real Estate Construction and Sale

Sep 2017

EL SEGUNDO, CA (September 30, 2017)—Adishian Law Group Advises Welcome Group on New Real Estate Construction and Sale to Moose Toys Adishian Law Group in El Segundo, CA announces the Closing of a 22,607 gross square real estate construction and sale transaction between our client and Moose Toys.  Our client (“Seller”) built and delivered 2 […]

African-American Branch Manager Files Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Terminix

Sep 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 62 Year Old, African-American Former Branch Manager Files Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Terminix, a Subsidiary of ServiceMaster:  Suit Highlights Wrongful Termination, Age Discrimination, Race Discrimination, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Retaliation, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress and Statutory Unfair Competition EL SEGUNDO, CA (September 9, 2017) — Ernest […]

Employment Practices Liability Insurance

Sep 2017

Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) is practically a necessity for a business of any size in California.  Employment practices liability insurance can reduce the risks associated with employee lawsuits in California.  It is important to understand your employment practices liability insurance policy thoroughly before buying it. Where the law is not clear, or you are […]

Female Director of Client Solutions Files Suit Against Digilant for Disability Discrimination and other claims

Aug 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Female Former Director of Client Solutions Sues Digilant:  Suit Highlights Disability Discrimination, Failure to Provide Accommodation, Failure to Engage in an Interactive Process, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Retaliation, Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy and Unfair Competition.  EL SEGUNDO, CA (August 20, 2017) — Samira Judeh filed suit this month in […]

What’s a Demurrer?

Aug 2017

Law, like many professions, has its own language.  The term “demurrer” is one such special word. So, what’s a Demurrer and why should you care? What is it?  A “demurrer” challenges the pleading (typically the Plaintiff’s Complaint) on its face based on the “4 corners” of the Complaint.  If you receive a lawsuit and your […]

Mediator’s Proposal

Jun 2017

Over the last few years, we are finding that more and more litigated cases are resolving at mediation through a “Mediator’s Proposal.”  This trend can be seen as a failure of mediation as a dispute resolution process because the parties are not actually resolving the dispute during the mediation.  If the Mediator’s Proposal ends the case though, then […]

Insurance Broker Fraud

May 2017

Insurance broker fraud unfortunately happens.  Insurance broker fraud can occur when a broker sells you a product different that what you were promised.  Insurance broker fraud also occurs when the individual or brokerage is not licensed to sell the particular type of insurance.  Similar to our post on Contractors, this post suggest some steps to […]

Unequal Bargaining Power

Apr 2017

This article focuses on the concept of unequal bargaining power.  Unequal bargaining power occurs throughout business and life.  Being aware of when you are facing unequal bargaining power will help you strategize for your best possible outcome and lessen your risk. Case Study:  “Hitching Your Wagon (“Business”) to a Star (“SuperNova”)” Partnering with a dominant […]

California Leave Laws

Mar 2017

California leave laws are complex. California leave laws are inter-related.   California leaves laws are always changing.  We receive calls all the time from our clients and potential clients asking what is the correct way to handle an employee who has requested leave or is out on leave. This is one of the most complicated areas […]

Risk Management and Insurance

Feb 2017

If you are an entrepreneur, you need to understand risk management and Insurance.  Risk management and insurance knowledge is essential for any business owner, asset owner or executive charged with running the enterprise. Are you a small business? These days that is generally viewed as any business below $50M in annual revenue.  Are you insured? […]

FEHA Mediation and EEOC Mediation

Jan 2017

FEHA Mediation and EEOC Mediation are options to consider when an ex-employee has filed a complaint directly with the agency.  You CAN have an attorney represent you at the FEHA Mediation (or EEOC Mediation), and we believe you should, as your former employer will almost surely be represented by counsel. What is FEHA?  FEHA is […]

2016

Adishian Law Group and Adishian Capital Profiled in Southbay Magazine (November 2016 Issue)

Nov 2016

EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 9, 2016)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that Adishian Law Group, P.C. and Adishian Capital were profiled in the current issue of Southbay Magazine. Southbay Magazine (November 2016)[/caption] As the magazine states, “Adishian Law Group practices business, employment and real estate law, and Adishian Capital is a licensed real estate […]

Puerto Rican American Employee files TIAA-CREF lawsuit

Jun 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Puerto Rican American sues TIAA-CREF:  Suit Highlights Wrongful Termination, Race Discrimination, National Origin Discrimination, Harassment, Failure to Prevent Harassment, Retaliation, Retaliatory Discharge, Statutory Unfair Competition, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress at one of largest financial services firms in United States EL SEGUNDO, CA (June 17, 2016) — […]

Former President Sues Keystone Engineering Company for Gender Discrimination and other claims

Mar 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Former President Sues Keystone Engineering Company, KE Company Acquisition Corp., Cornerstone Capital Holdings, LLC and Oasis Outsourcing, Inc.: Suit Highlights Retaliation; FEHA Retaliation, Gender Discrimination; Age Discrimination, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Unfair Competition, Breach of Fiduciary Duty of Majority Shareholders and Accounting. EL SEGUNDO, CA (February 23, […]

69 Year Old, Decorated U.S. Army Colonel (Ret.) Files Age Discrimination Lawsuit Against Cubic Corporation

Feb 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 69 year old, Decorated U.S. Army Colonel (Ret.) Sues Cubic Corporation and Related Entities:  Suit Highlights Retaliatory Discharge; FEHA Retaliation, Age Discrimination, Harassment, Failure to Prevent Discrimination and Wrongful Termination. EL SEGUNDO, CA (February 22, 2016)— William V. Wenger, a 69 year old male, and Colonel, U.S. Army (Ret.) recently filed suit in Los […]

67 Year Old, Former Sr. Manager, Global Security Operations Sues Ebay, PayPal

Feb 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 67 year old, Former Senior Manager, Global Security Operations Sues Ebay, Inc, PayPal, Inc. and PayPal Holdings, Inc.:  Suit Highlights Age Discrimination, Disability Discrimination, Failure to Provide Accommodation, Failure to Engage in an Interactive Process, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Retaliation and Wrongful Termination. EL SEGUNDO, CA (January 5, 2016)— George Booth, a 67 […]

2015

Former North American Sales Director Sues Epicor Software Corporation

Dec 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Former North American Sales Director Sues Epicor Software Corporation:  Suit Highlights Age Discrimination, Failure to Prevent Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Unfair Competition and Failure to Pay Wages. EL SEGUNDO, CA (September 18, 2015)— Franklin Tedford (“Ted”) Kelley, Jr., a 57 year old male, recently filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court against Epicor […]

Attorney’s Fees in Contracts

Nov 2015

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “How do attorney’s fees work in contract?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors Commercial Attorney Panel on June 2, 2015. Transcript Touching on the attorney’s fees part, I’ll do a little plug for our blog on our website. We have a great article […]

Property management

Nov 2015

Property management is a necessity for every property owner.  Property management may be done by the owner or by a professional third party property management company.  California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “Is it a good idea for a property owner to to self-manage their properties?” at the South Bay […]

Security Deposits in Real Estate Transactions

Nov 2015

Security deposits in real estate transactions are often overlooked until the last minute.  On larger buildings however, security deposits in real estate transactions can often be tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars. Here, California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “When buying a multi-unit property do the security […]

Chris Adishian Profiled in Southbay Magazine (November 2015 Issue)

Nov 2015

EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 9, 2015)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that attorney Chris Adishian was profiled in the current issue of Southbay Magazine. As the magazine states, “Behind every successful individual and company, you’ll likely find a trusted advisor-or a team of them. Professional experts inform you about your options, help you explore new ideas and discover […]

End of the Lease

Nov 2015

What happens at the end of the lease?  At the end of the does the tenant move out automatically?  What if the tenant does not move out at the end of the lease?  California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “If the lease ends, doesn’t the tenant have to move out?” […]

Chris Adishian profiled in Chadwick’s COMPASS Magazine

Oct 2015

EL SEGUNDO, CA (October 2015)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that attorney Chris Adishian was profiled in the current issue of Chadwick School’s COMPASS Magazine. Read the full text of the article below, or here for the full-color original. CHRISTOPHER ADISHIAN ’87 Like many Chadwick alumni, Chris Adishian ’87 vividly recalls outdoor education. […]

Buying a residential rent controlled building?”

Oct 2015

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What are some of the major deal points with transactions involving residential rent control building?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors Commercial Attorney Panel on June 2, 2015. Transcript If you’re going to go into a rent control transaction and you’re not well-versed […]

Tenant indemnification

Oct 2015

What is a tenant indemnification clause?  Is a tenant indemnification clause helpful to the commercial landlord?  California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “Should I have my tenant indemnify me?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors Commercial Attorney Panel on June 2, 2015. Transcript On the indemnity piece, it’s something that’s […]

Evictions, Revisited

Oct 2015

This is our latest installment regarding evictions.  In this video about evictions, California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “Is there an expedited legal procedure for evictions?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors Commercial Attorney Panel on June 2, 2015. Transcript I want to call attention to the fact that […]

Real Estate Contracts

Oct 2015

Real estate contracts come in many varieties.  The California Association of Realtors provides a standard package of real estate contracts.   AIR also provides a standard package of real estate contracts.   Attorneys of course have their own favorite custom real estate contracts.   In this video, California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, […]

Evictions

Sep 2015

Evictions can be drama-filled, but they don’t have to be.  Most often an eviction is simply the outcome when the tenant cannot afford to pay the rent.  However, in some cases, the Landlord is being over-aggressive in an effort to get out of an unfavorable lease. In this video, California Attorney and Real Estate Broker […]

Environmental issues in real estate transactions

Sep 2015

Environmental issues in real estate transactions are critical, and can be a source of significant financial liability. California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “How important are environmental issues when purchasing a commercial property?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors Commercial Attorney Panel on June 2, 2015. Transcript This is […]

Buying a commercial property

Sep 2015

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “When buying a commercial property, who should be on my team?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors Commercial Attorney Panel on June 2, 2015. Transcript When you go into a transaction, like buying a commercial property, you want to make sure you have […]

California Non-Compete Agreements, Revisited

Jun 2015

In this latest installment, we revisit the topic of California non-competition agreements (also referred to as California non-compete agreements).  This time the focus is on California Business and Professions Code 16600. In the recent case of Golden v. Cal. Emergency Physicians (9th Cir. 12-16514 4/8/15), the 9th Circuit revisited California’s stark prohibition against non-competition agreements […]

2014

Former NFL player Eric Sutton sues Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Nov 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Former NFL player Eric Sutton sues Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.:  Suit Highlights Racial and Age Discrimination, Harassment, Wrongful Termination, and Failure to Pay Wages at world’s largest retailer and world’s largest employer EL SEGUNDO, CA (November 12, 2014)– Eric Sutton, an over 40, African-American, filed suit this month in Los Angeles Superior Court […]

Sixty-one year old, African-American Director sues TIAA-CREF

Oct 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sixty-one year old, African-American Director sues TIAA-CREF:  Suit Highlights Racial and Age Discrimination, Harassment, and Wrongful Termination at 6th largest financial services firm* in United States EL SEGUNDO, CA (October 23, 2014) — Curtis Monk, Jr., a 61 year old African American, filed suit this month in San Francisco Superior Court against Teachers […]

Former Senior Director Sues Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. (BPM)

Oct 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Former Senior Director Sues Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. (BPM):  Suit Highlights Retaliation, Gender Discrimination, and Failure to Pay Wages at the “largest California-based accounting and consulting firm” EL SEGUNDO, CA (October 10, 2014)— Sandy Holder, one of the top professional service business development executives in Northern California, recently filed a lawsuit against […]

ALG Publishes 14 New Free Real Estate Videos on its YouTube Channel

Sep 2014

EL SEGUNDO, CA (September 5, 2014)–Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce the launch of our new AdishianLaw YouTube Channel!  Earlier this year we published 14 free informational videos available on our website blog, and now on our new YouTube channel. These initial videos are focused on common commercial real estate questions. More videos will be […]

Adishianlaw.com Launches New Website and Updated Social Media Pages!

Sep 2014

EL SEGUNDO, CA (September 4, 2014)–Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that one of the longest continually operating law firm domains on the Internet just got a whole lot better with the launch of the new Adishian Law Website (www.AdishianLaw.com). “We are excited that our new Website provides the best of what our visitors […]

Chris Adishian Profiled in South Bay Magazine (Summer 2014 Issue)

Jul 2014

EL SEGUNDO, CA (July 2014)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that attorney Chris Adishian was profiled in the current issue of South Bay Magazine. As the magazine states, "Behind every successful individual and company, you'll likely find a trusted advisor-or a team of them. Professional experts inform you about your options, help you explore new ideas and discover [...]
Attorney’s Fees Revisited, One-way?

Jul 2014

This article revisits our recurring discussion of attorney’s fees, with a focus on attorney’s fees in contracts. Does California Allow One-Way Attorney’s Fees in Contracts?  The short answer is generally, “No.” Pursuant to California Civil Code 1717 “In any action on a contract, where the contract specifically provides that attorney’s fees and costs, which are […]

Landlord access

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “When can a residential Landlord access a Tenant occupied unit?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript What are the general rules governing a residential Landlord’s ability to access […]

Commercial rent increases

Mar 2014

Commercial rent increases are evaluated differently than residential rent increases in some ways.  While both are creatures of contract, there are fewer laws governing the terms of commercial rents. California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “Is there a limit to how much a Landlord can increase the rent on a […]

Tenant estoppel certificates

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “Should I require copies of leases or tenant estoppel certificates when buying a commercial building?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: Should I require copies of leases […]

Hire a property management company

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “Should I hire a property management company, or self-manage the property?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: Should I hire a property management company, or self-manage the property? Answer: […]

ADA compliance for commercial landlords

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What are some important ‘take-aways’ regarding ADA compliance for commercial landlords?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: What are some important “take-aways” regarding ADA compliance for commercial landlords? Answer: […]

Tenant refuses to pay rent

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What to do when a tenant refuses to pay the rent?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “What can I do if my tenant refuses to pay […]

Title to the property

Mar 2014

How should I hold title to my property? In a trust? As joint-tenants? in a corporations?  We receive these questions frequently.  California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What are some of the considerations in deciding how to hold title to the property?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, […]

Commercial lease negotiations

Mar 2014

Commercial lease negotiations can be complex.  California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What are some common commercial lease negotiating points?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: TRANSCRIPT: Question: “Can I negotiate CAM charges?” Adishian: “Yeah, […]

Tenant unpaid bills

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What if the Tenant leaves without paying his utility charges?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “If you have a tenant that moves out, and 4 months later […]

Commercial security deposits

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What if my commercial Landlord wrongfully refuses to refund my security deposit?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “What if my Landlord refuses to give back my […]

Overcharged for CAMS?”

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “How can I tell if I am being overcharged for CAMS?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “So how do I know I wasn’t overcharged for the CAM?” […]

“What are ‘common area maintenance charges’ (CAMS)?”

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “What are ‘common area maintenance charges’ (CAMS)?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “This is a great question. You guys run into this in commercial all the time. You […]

Tenants

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “How do I select good tenants? Evict bad tenants?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “How do I select a good tenant and how do I get rid […]

“I just purchased a commercial property, now what do I do?”

Mar 2014

California Attorney and Real Estate Broker Chris Adishian answers the question, “I just purchased a commercial property, now what do I do?” at the South Bay Association of Realtors’ event, “Commercial Attorney Panel-Hot Legal Issues for Commercial Real Estate” on March 5, 2014. Transcript: Question: “First question is: ‘I purchased a commercial property. What do I […]

Attorney’s Fees Revisited

Jan 2014

This article focuses on attorney’s fees clauses in real estate leases.  The principles here could apply to any written contract.  Often times, the negotiation of attorney’s fees and the implications of having these clause become the “Game Within The Game:” In California, unless attorney’s fees are provided for by statute or contract, each party will […]

Attorney’s Fees

Jan 2014

Attorney’s Fees do NOT Count Towards the Jurisdictional Limit in Limited Jurisdiction Cases In California. This article discusses attorney’s fees in one of the rare cases where we would, and have, represented a Plaintiff in a limited jurisdiction case. As every lawyer knows, and most non-lawyers, the California Superior State Court system is divided largely […]

2013

Chris Adishian Profiled in South Bay Magazine (May/June 2013 Issue)

Jun 2013

EL SEGUNDO, CA (May/June, 2013)— Adishian Law Group is pleased to announce that attorney Chris Adishian was profiled in the current issue of South Bay Magazine. As the magazine states, “Your lawyer may be the most important person on your professional team. Whether your legal issue is large or small, a good attorney will inform […]

Real Estate Development: Adishian Law Group Plays A Key Role In Reshaping El Segundo

Mar 2013

EL SEGUNDO, CA (March 7, 2013)—Adishian Law Group Plays A Key Role In Reshaping El Segundo as Part of Largest Vertical Land Development Project West of Sepulveda Blvd (PCH) in the South Bay of Los Angeles during 2012-2013 Adishian Law Group in El Segundo, CA announces the closing of a real property transaction that will […]

2012

Adishian Law Group Serves as Exclusive Sell-Side Counsel to Bay Area Pain Center in Sale to Prospira PainCare

Oct 2012

EL SEGUNDO, CA (October 1, 2012)—Adishian Law Group served as exclusive sell-side counsel to Bay Area Pain Center in its sale to Prospira PainCare. In one of the most significant M&A transactions for a Bay Area healthcare company this year, Prospira PainCare (www.prospirapc.com) announced the acquisition of Bay Area Pain & Wellness Center (“BAPWC”) (www.bapwc.com) as its […]

Labor Code 2810.5

Jan 2012

Today the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (“DLSE”) published a template that employers can use in order to comply with the new notice requirements set forth in Labor Code section 2810.5. A Word version can be downloaded here and a PDF version can be downloaded here. www.dir.ca.gov/DLSE All California employers are required to provide a […]

Adishian Law Group Announces the Opening of its Palo Alto, CA Office

Jan 2012

EL SEGUNDO, CA (January, 2012)—The Adishian Law Group headquartered in El Segundo, CA has opened its third law office at 530 Lytton Avenue, 2nd Floor, in Palo Alto, CA 94301. Since 2003 The Adishian Law Group has represented top-performing and high-earning employees, company founders, and professionals along with leading privately held companies throughout California. About 40 […]

2011

Chris Adishian Quoted in Lawyers.com Article, “Workers Forced to Quit to Get Unemployment Benefits”

Oct 2011

EL SEGUNDO, CA (October 6, 2011)—Chris Adishian, President of the Adishian Law Group in El Segundo, CA and an expert in employment law was recently quoted in an article appearing in Lawyers.com regarding a case where workers who quit were still eligible to receive unemployment benefits. In most states, in order to be eligible for […]

Unpaid Bonus, Revisited

May 2011

In this article we review an unpaid bonus in the context of an MBO plan.  An unpaid bonus claim is straightforward.  The Company promised the employee a bonus for hitting certain targets.  The employee hit the targets.  The Company failed to pay, resulting in a claim for unpaid bonus.  The unpaid bonus can run from […]

Wages Revisited

May 2011

In this article we tackle the question:  “Are stock options wages under California law?” The Definition of Wages in California Under California Labor Code §200 wages are defined to include “all amounts for labor performed by employees of every description, whether the amount is fixed or ascertained by the standard of time, task, piece, commission […]

Real Estate Purchase, Failure to Disclose…No Harm, No Foul?

May 2011

California is home to over 35,000,000 people. With all those real estate transactions happening in the State, it has become common for an allegation of a “failure to disclose” to arise after escrow has closed on a residential sale (e.g. condo or single family residence). This article does not address any failures to disclose in […]

Minority Shareholder Rights in California, Selling Your Minority Interest: Owner / Employee

May 2011

Selling a minority interest in a privately held business in California must be handled thoughtfully. First, if you are able to sell a minority interest in a privately held business for a profit (whether small or substantial) you are already on a good path. This article addresses some considerations for an individual minority owner who […]

Minority Shareholder Rights in California, Selling Your Minority Interest: Owner-only

May 2011

Selling a your minority interest in a privately held business in California must be handled thoughtfully. First, if you are able to sell a minority interest in a privately held business for a profit (whether small or substantial) you are already on a good path. This article addresses some considerations for an individual minority owner […]

Minority Shareholders Rights in California, Privately Held Companies

May 2011

The concept of ownership is deeply woven into the American Dream — e.g. own a home, own public stock, own bonds, own a business — so deeply woven in fact that sometimes “ownership” becomes the goal regardless of the consequences attendant to that “ownership.” Yes, when done properly, with due attention to the risks, rewards […]

Adishian Law Group Founder Chris Adishian Recognized by LinkedIn as an Early Adopter

Mar 2011

EL SEGUNDO, CA (March 25, 2011)—LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD), the business social media giant, today recognized Chris Adishian, Founder of the Adishian Law Group, as a LinkedIn Early Adopter. Adishian was LinkedIn member 276,635. As of this release, the social media professional networking platform now has over 100 million members. Understanding LinkedIn’s potential, Adishian was among the […]

2010

New Law January 1, 2011, Unlawful Detainer Service on Commercial Tenant

Nov 2010

AB 1263 changes the method of serving an unlawful detainer notice on a commercial tenant. The law provides that service on a commercial tenant can be made by any of the following methods: delivering a copy to the tenant personally, leaving a copy with some person of suitable age and discretion at the property and […]

New Law January 1, 2011, Required Disclosures

Nov 2010

SB 183 revises the TDS and MHTDS to include a disclosure regarding compliance with the smoke detectors and water-heater bracing laws (eliminating the need for separate disclosure forms). The TDS and MHTDS will also add a disclosure regarding carbon monoxide detection devices. This law enacts the Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010. The law […]

New Law January 1, 2011, Contractors May Operate as an LLC

Nov 2010

SB 392 authorizes the Contractors’ State License Board, commencing no later than Jan. 1, 2012, to issue a contractor’s license to a limited liability company (LLC) and authorizes the responsible managing manager, officer, member, or employee of the LLC, to qualify for that license. In order to be licensed as an LLC, the applicant or licensee […]

Residential Lease Terminations and Evictions

Oct 2010

We continuously receive inquiries from both Landlords and Tenants regarding termination of tenancies. This article applies to the renewal and termination of residential real property in California cities and municipalities that do NOT have local rent control ordinances (e.g. Santa Monica, Berkeley, San Francisco). However, even in these non-rent control jurisdicition, landlords must be careful with lease […]

California Non-compete Agreements Revisited

Oct 2010

In this article we revisit the topic of California non-competition agreements  (also referred to as California non-compete agreements). In the recent Silguero case, the California Court of Appeal for the Second District was presented with a twist on a recurring issue….that is, the enforceability of non-compete agreements in California. (See this blog’s earlier post, California Non-Compete Agreements). Summary […]

Adishian Law Group Adds Social Media Presence with Twitter (@algpc)

Oct 2010

EL SEGUNDO, CA (October 1, 2010)—”We believe that social media is one of the fastest growing methods by which people connect with professional service providers,” says Chris Adishian, President of the Adishian Law Group headquarted in El Segundo, CA. “We look at Twitter as a tool that allows us to better serve our clients,” he […]

California Overtime

Jul 2010

California overtime law is an area of constant confusion, tension and struggle with employers and employees. Legislation which became effective on January 1, 2000 implemented significant changes to California’s labor laws. One major impact of this legislation is that California has since become a “daily overtime” state. What is the difference between a “daily” overtime […]

COBRA 2010

Jul 2010

On April 15, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Continuing Extension Act of 2010 (H.R. 4851), part of which provides a temporary extension to eligibility for federal COBRA premium subsidies. As a practical effect of this legislation, California employees laid-off or terminated before May 31, 2010 may be entitled to receive a substantial government […]

Google Names Adishian Law Group a “Favorite Place on Google”

Mar 2010

EL SEGUNDO, CA (March 1, 2010)—Today Google named the Adishian Law Group as a Favorite Place.  The status of Favorite Place puts the Adishian Law Group in the rarified atmosphere of less than 1 percent of all the estimated 28 million US businesses. This acknowledgment by the world’s largest search engine measures the number of times people found the Adishian Law Group business listing […]

2009

Unpaid Wages, Unpaid Bonuses, Unpaid Commissions

Jan 2009

Unpaid wages, unpaid bonuses or unpaid commissions all refer to the same basic wrong, the employee was not paid!  Litigation for unpaid wages, bonuses or commissions are among the most frequently filed lawsuits in America. In an earlier blog post, we highlighted that under California statutory law, “wages” are broadly defined, and that case law […]

Definition of Wages

Jan 2009

What amounts are included in wages? We get variations on this question all the time including, “Is my bonus part of my wages?” The Law Wages are defined under California Labor Code § 200 to include “all amounts for labor performed by employees of every description, whether the amount is fixed or ascertained by the […]

§ 1031 Exchanges

Jan 2009

What is a §1031 Exchange? Section 1031 provides for “Nonrecognition of gain or loss from exchanges solely in kind: (1) In general. No gain or loss shall be recognized on the exchange of property held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment if such property is exchanged solely for property of like […]

Commercial Leasing: Surrender and Termination

Jan 2009

In the current recession, commercial landlord’s are just beginning to feel the pressure from tenants seeking rent concession or the outright elimination of their rent obligation. See Wall Street Journal, “Struggling Retailers Press Struggling Landlords on Rent”, January 2009. There is also a rapidly shrinking pool of high-quality “anchor” as major retail chains file bankruptcy […]

Minority Shareholder Rights in California, Oppressive Conduct by Majority Shareholders

Jan 2009

Minority shareholder rights in California include protections from oppressive conduct by the majority shareholder. California Corporation Code § 1800 provides several grounds for involuntary dissolution. A court may grant involuntary dissolution where (1) “[t]hose in control of the corporation have been guilty of or have knowingly countenanced persistent and pervasive fraud, mismanagement or abuse of authority […]

Minority Shareholder Rights in California, Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Jan 2009

Minority shareholder rights in California include protections from a breach of fiduciary duty by the majority shareholder. Majority shareholders may be held liable for damages for breach of a fiduciary obligation to minority shareholders, Jones v. H. F. Ahmanson & Co., 1 Cal.3d 93, 81 Cal.Rptr. 592, 460 P.2d 464; Brown v. Halbert, 271 A.C.A. 307, 316, […]

Exchange Funds: A Good Idea For Entrepreneurs and Co-Founders

Jan 2009

What is an Exchange Fund? An exchange fund allows company founders and other large shareholders to contribute a portion of their own company stock in exchange for an ownership percentage (i.e. limited partnership interest) in a new entity that canada cialis online pharmacy holds a diversified portfolio of private company shares. As the portfolio companies […]

2008

Got fired?

Aug 2008

If you are about to be fired (or just got fired)…What Should You Do? Whether you see your own layoff on the horizon or think it could never happen to you, it is important to be prepared for a layoff in today’s economic climate. Lawrence Mishel, president of the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. […]

California Non-Compete Agreements

Aug 2008

California Non-Compete Agreements: It’s No Contest after Edwards Long-term employment when companies quickly become aware the past for most American workers, especially in the technology forward California economy. Employers have benefited from these changes, by receiving the benefit of rapid flexibility in their employee base and hence cost structure. Employees have arguably benefited in some […]

2007

Real Estate Fixtures

Apr 2007

The typical fact pattern arises when a tenant during the course of his tenancy adds various items to the leased premises. Do these items belong to the tenant or to the landlord? Can the tenant remove these items when the lease is terminated? The first question is whether the item is a fixture. Second, assuming […]

Notice

Mar 2007

Contractual notice is one of those simple concepts that can get very complex in practice, and have draconian consequences. Real estate law, particularly Landlord-Tenant relationships, is loaded with notice requirements. Some examples are notices to renew or extend in a commercial lease. A simple notice clause in commercial leases is in fact not as straightforward as […]

Meal and Rest Breaks

Mar 2007

Sometimes employers and employees both find themselves saying, “Give me a break!” Must an employer provide a rest break to a worker during the day? The general rule is that a worker is entitled to a 10 minute rest break for every 4 hours work, and the employer must not prohibit the workers from taking […]

The “Alter-Ego” Theory aka “Piercing the Corporate Veil”

Mar 2007

Are you considering filing a complaint against a California Corporation for money owed to you or your clients? Who can be held liable? Can only the corporate entity be named as a defendant? Can individual shareholders, directors or officers also be named as defendants? Can the alter-ego doctrine be applied to non-profit corporations? Generally, California corporate law […]

Raising Capital: Federal and State Securities Laws

Mar 2007

Exemptions From Federal and State Securities Laws: Are you a small business owner in California looking for a legal way to raise capital without being a licensed broker-dealer? What federal and state securities laws matter? Do you have to file any documents with the federal or state government? Does your company qualify for an exemption? […]

Minority Shareholder Rights in California

Mar 2007

Are you thinking about investing as a minority shareholder in a company? Perhaps you are thinking about taking on outside investors for your current company? What are your minority shareholder rights as an investor? What should you be concerned about as a majority shareholder? The Minority Shareholder Understandably, minority shareholders often are concerned that their […]

European M&A: Financial Assistance Overview

Mar 2007

The leveraged buy out (LBO) and management buy out (MBO) are common tools of American businesses whereby an acquiring entity will purchase its target through a combination of debt and equity. No brilliance there, right? The clever part, however, comes in where the target company (i.e. its assets) are given as collateral for the debt. […]

Sexual Harassment

Jan 2007

Does Sexual Harassment Include Sex? There are two recent decisions that we believe may be very significant for Plaintiffs in wrongful termination actions, particularly gender-based claims. In Miller v. Department of Corrections, California Supreme Court, July 18, 2005, No. 114097, the court was faced with a fact pattern wherein a prison warden promoted women who were […]

Minority Shareholder Rights in Delaware

Jan 2007

Many venture backed (and other corporations) choose to incorporate in Delaware due to its well-developed law regarding various common corporate issues. One such issue is a shareholder’s right to inspection. 8 Del. C. Sec. 220 The controlling statute governing shareholder inspection rights is 8 Del. C. Sec. 220, which provides that : “(b) Any stockholder, […]

2006

Employment Law: At Will After Dore

Nov 2006

On August 3, 2006, the California Supreme Court ruled reversed an appellate court ruling that had reversed a trial court summary judgment on behalf of the defendant employer. The Appellate Court ruling would have allowed Plaintiff Dore to bring specific causes of action against his former employer. However, the Supreme Court’s decision, relying heavily on […]

2005

Arbitration Clauses in Employment Agreements

Jan 2005

Have you been fired from your job? Do you believe that your termination was wrongful? Would you like to file a wrongful termination complaint against your former employer? Does your employment agreement contain an arbitration clause? What is arbitration? Does an arbitration clause preclude you from filing your claim in court? What is Arbitration? Arbitration […]

No Job, No Paycheck? Ok… But No Unemployment Benefits?!

Jan 2005

Have you been fired from your job? Were you laid off? Did you file for unemployment? Did your employer contest your right to receive benefits? Have you been denied benefits? Are you entitled to benefits? Sometimes companies fire an employee, and then contest the employee’s right to receive unemployment benefits. Companies are entitled to contest […]

“You’re Fired!”

Jan 2005

Have you been fired from your job? Was your termination in good faith, or was it wrongful? Are you unsure? Does it matter? Does your employment agreement contain an “at-will” clause? Does this mean that your employer can fire you for any reason? “At-will” Employment ALG receives numerous case submissions on this area of law. […]

2004

Forum Non-Conveniens

Oct 2004

Are you unsure of where to file your case? Have you received a motion for dismissal based on forum non-conveniens (FNC)? What does filing for a dismissal based on forum non-conveniens mean and entail? Under what circumstances can this motion be filed? What are your rights? How can this motion be denied? What is Forum […]

International Service: The Hague Convention

Jul 2004

It is axiomatic (lawyers love saying that) that the world is becoming a smaller place through advances in transportation, the deployment of the Internet and capitalism’s relentless push for lower cost labor and physical inputs to the economic equation. Borders simply matter less as an economic matter. Borders still matter quite a bit in the […]

ALG Jumps On Blog Bandwagon

Jun 2004

Recognizing that blogs have become a valuable way to distribute information, and also a form of online periodical, we’ve created our own blog. We hope that you find this blog useful and welcome your questions, comments and contributions. About Adishian Law Group, P.C. Adishian Law Group is a California law firm with a statewide practice […]