Can Employees Be Fired For Their Political Beliefs?


An Orange County employment lawyer provides help to employers in understanding their obligations under California law to workers whom they employ. An attorney who handles employment law cases will also represent employees who have been damaged in some way by an employer s failure to follow the rules. For example, if an employer did not pay a [ ] The post Can Employees Be Fired For Their Political Beliefs? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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What Are “Corporate Formalities” And Why Do They Matter?


Orange County business attorneys help companies to select the right kind of business structure. Many different factors go into the selection of the type of business entity that is right for an organization. Knowing what type of business entity a company should create requires a careful consideration of tax issues, as well as an understanding [ ] The post What Are Corporate Formalities And Why Do They Matter? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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What if An Employer Does Not Pay for All Time Worked?


An Orange County employment attorney can provide representation to employers in order to help companies ensure they comply with all labor laws. This is vitally important so employers can avoid lawsuits and damage to their reputation if they are sued for violating employee protection laws. Employment attorneys can also provide representation to workers who are [ ] The post What if An Employer Does Not Pay for All Time Worked? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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U.S. House bill would exempt e-cigarettes from tobacco regulations


U.S. House bill would exempt e-cigarettes from tobacco regulations By Toni Clarke and Jilian Mincer April 25, 2017 (Reuters)   A bill expected this week in the U.S. House of Representatives would weaken a Food and Drug Administration rule governing e-cigarettes and represent a major victory for the $4.4 billion U.S. vaping industry. The bill, [ ] The post U.S. House bill would exempt e-cigarettes from tobacco regulations appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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How Often Should You Update Your Business Plan?


Orange County business attorneys can provide you with assistance in determining how frequently a business plan needs to be updated. Companies should have a comprehensive business plan both when they first start operating and once they are established. This business plan can be used to help set goals, resolve disputes, and ensure that the company [ ] The post How Often Should You Update Your Business Plan? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Trial Attorney Gregory G. Brown Will Again Be Guest Speaker/Teacher at College of Trial Advocay


Gregory G. Brown has again been asked to be a guest speaker/teacher at the Orange County Bar Association s renowned College of Trial Advocacy.  Mr. Brown is a State Board Certified Trial Specialist and is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocacy.  The College of Trial Advocacy will be held from April 12, 2017 [ ] The post Trial Attorney Gregory G. Brown Will Again Be Guest Speaker/Teacher at College of Trial Advocay appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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Most Common Reasons for Real Estate Litigation


Orange County real estate litigation attorneys provide help to clients who face problems in residential and commercial real estate transactions. Real estate is a major investment and when a problem arises, the consequences can be serious for those who are involved. With so much money at stake, it is vital that you have an experienced [ ] The post Most Common Reasons for Real Estate Litigation appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
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