Municipal Law and Budget Allocation

Jerry Brown signed a $183 billion state budget amid uncertain times when the California Government required a balanced state budget. In an article from the Sacramento Bee, Brown stated that the government was making decisive actions in budgeting for funds. He also added that the budget would provide the required funds to pay down debts, repair roads, provide medical care, and fund income taxed credit.  Continue reading

The Main Types and Signs of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

According to a study conducted, it was revealed that 40 percent of adults could hardly detect signs associated with STDs. Another research conducted by Mintel showed that at least 28 percent of youths aged below 25 years would not go for a check-up even after having sex that wasn’t protected. This is probably because most of them do not understand the severe effects associated with the diseases. STDs have been associated with causing cancer, infertility and other serious illness. Continue reading

Judge Sides with County Over Tribal Land Lessee Taxes

A recent publication stated that the Aqua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians from Coachella Valley, California recently lost a lawsuit that accused a California county of unlawful collection of taxes on leased tribal trust lands. A California federal judge ruled that the collection of these taxes did not overly interfere with self-governance of the tribe. The decision sided with Riverside County over a possessory interest tax that is charged to non-Native American lessees on the recognized tribal reservation. The unique case required specific knowledge and expertise of Coachella Valley tribal law attorneys. Continue reading

Updated Case in Land Use Law

Scher v. Burke (June 15, 2017, S230104) 

Many substantial private landowners records observe, under the arrangements of the Civil Code, with a specific end goal to guarantee that open utilization of their property does not transform into a suggested devotion of their territory to people in general. Those landowners can rest all the more safely in the wake of this choice. Continue reading

Why Palm Springs Corporate Lawyers are Important In Today’s Changing Times

The DOJ, the Department of Justice section of financial crimes, the FDIC and other aspects of federal regulation, have made strides in cracking down on money laundering. There are still issues that exist, and enforcement remains a challenge. Here is a brief overview of how this all pans out in the day-to-day life of financial liability and the enforcement placed on compliance officers. Continue reading

Treasury Report Affects Banking Law

On June 12 2017, days after the House of Representatives passed the Financial CHOICE Act, there was a bill to rescind and supplant a large portion of the saving money changes actualized by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The Treasury Department discharged its hotly anticipated answer to change the US monetary framework. The report is entitled “A Financial System That Creates Economic Opportunities: Banks and Credit Unions.” Continue reading

Is Arbitration Right for Me?

There is not much worse in life than having to spend time and energy going to court to settle a dispute.  You have heard about arbitration, but you thought that it could only be used in big dollar amount cases, and not for your small claim commercial case. Arbitration uses a third party to settle a claim, the third party will review the evidence and come to a decision that is legally binding and will be enforced by the court. Continue reading

Investors and Corporate Business Litigation

Corporate investors have an assortment of legitimate ways available to them to look for reward for damages caused by the corporation, by the board of directors, controlling investors, or others. We, as often as possible, help investors in looking for remedies from corporations. The most widely recognized way we use in helping our investor customers are an investors’ request to assess books and records; an investors’ subsidiary suit; and claims for minority investor persecution. Continue reading

Legalization of Commercial Cannabis in California

Reason for Legalization 

The promise of new tax revenue amounting to millions of dollars was the major argument put forward by advocates of recreational marijuana. The California voters were convinced to vote for the legislation because local municipalities and the state would receive more than $1 billion in taxes. Continue reading

Statistics Growing in Nationwide STD Infections

Sexually transmitted diseases are spreading at a high rate in the United States. The proliferation of these diseases is a major issue that needs to be solved. For instance, Planned Parenthood reports that approximately eighty-five people are infected with Chlamydia, three acquire AIDS, while twenty-eight are infected with gonorrhea in Virginia alone. Continue reading

Estate Planning for Blended Families and Common Mistakes

Meeting the person you’d like to spend the rest of your life with in a second marriage is a joyous occasion. Often, one or each person has children from a previous marriage or relationship. In a blended family, the responsibility to take care of the children falls on both parents and the new spouse in many cases. When you have an estate to settle between the both of you and your blended children, California families need to plan for the future. Continue reading

Preventing Commercial Lease Disputes

 Commercial lease disputes are often difficult to prevent simply because there is no one to speak into the situation. This article explains how you may avoid these complications with an expert witness, and you will feel far more confident about your court battle when you have hired the proper lawyer. You may consult with an attorney who will find an expert witness, further your case and save you quite a lot of time.

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Changes To The Political Reform Act Lead To A Shifting Focus For Candidates, Political Groups, And Elected Officials

On January 1st 2017, the Political Reform Act came into existence as a piece of U.S. legislation and promises to make political campaigning and fund raising far more open and transparent for all to see. Campaign funding has always been a contentious issue for many U.S. citizens with the changes made to campaign funding options through the Political Reform Act including changes to the way campaign funds can be used by elected officials and those candidates convicted of specific crimes.

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2 Ways Government Legal Counsel Works with Local Government

Coachella Valley government legal counsel must be consulted on a number of cases that involve the local authorities. There are many items that must be brought to a lawyer to ensure that they may find the best deal for their clients, and it is important that the lawyer is given an opportunity to work with the government instead of against it. This article explains how a simple consultation will change a case’s outcome.

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How to Handle Defamation Cases In San Diego

Defamation cases in San Diego are quite important because they must be handled in a way that protects the business and their owners. A company may have been put through quite a lot that is requires compensation for, and this article explains how a San Diego business litigation law firm helps. These lawyers will ensure that they have looked over the case completely, and they will find that the client may be protected well.

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Keeping Your Small Business Protected

Having and running a business can be a very rewarding feeling. This great feeling however does come with some risk. The reality is that any small business owner becomes open to litigation the moment he starts a business. It is important for a business man to understand this point and understand the way that litigation can happen.

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Expert Witnesses Are Critical For Litigation

Trials and court proceedings can be a tricky situation for anybody involved. Depending on the situation, a lot of information might not be known on specific topics. Not only would work need to be done for the litigation but some extra time set aside to research the topic in which will be discussed during the trial.

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How A Business Lawyer Can Save You Time And Money

If you feel you haven’t received the quality of service you paid for and were promised, you should contact an experienced Coachella Valley business litigation law firm. They will look at the contract, the advertised services and the work you received and advise you on the steps you should take next. A good law firm will be able to determine if the company is guilty of false advertising or did not meet their contractual obligation.

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Oral Sex Poses Risk of STD Transmission

Is Oral Sex Safe?

Anyone who insists that unprotected oral sex is a safe way to enjoy sexual pleasure is sadly misinformed. The practice of oral sex poses the very real risk of transmitting a variety of sexual diseases (STDs) through the transfer of body fluids. Engaging in oral sex requires as much caution as having vaginal or anal sex. Continue reading

The Right Corporate Attorney Essential To Success

Quality Legal Counsel Ensures Corporate Success

Business owners who want their company to experience success need to establish four essential things. Their company must provide a product or service that people need or desire. Second, their product or service must be effectively marketed to their target audience. Continue reading

A Real Law Firm Ensures a No-Regret-Property Transaction

When it comes to buying and selling real estate, bringing in an attorney to represent you is not a must. The transaction can be done exclusively between you and the other party, but complications that could lead to several court cases might come up later. Eventually, you would end up spending more than the fee for hiring an attorney at the outset. Continue reading