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5 Things Considered: California Prop 19 Passed. Now What?

Billed as “The Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment,” in November 2020, California voters passed Proposition 19, impacting property tax benefits for Californians.   Below is a summary of some of the non-exhaustive key features that Prop 19 gives and takes away. 1.What are the basic concepts at issue? Property […]
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5 Things Considered: Protecting and Planning For Your Future

In these uncertain times, you want to plan today for your future. After working hard throughout your life, you want to be able to secure what you’ve earned and pass it on to your children or next of kin. Creating an estate plan, which can include a revocable living trust, a power of attorney and […]
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5 Things Considered Avoiding Foreclosure in California During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the global Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, homeowners are now faced with unforeseen difficulties as a result of the unexpected economic turndown. Many are at risk of defaulting on their mortgage payments, or worse, foreclosure. However, some relief is available. On the state level, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order which issued […]
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5 Things Considered: COVID-19 and Contract Disruptions

Contracts often contain commitments involving businesses and/or individuals, with each party responsible for their own performance of duties. With the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), businesses and individuals are faced with uncertainty and disruption in activities that can affect both day-to-day transactions, as well as long-term agreements and arrangements. In these uncertain times, it […]
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5 Things Considered: Do I Have a Breach of Contract Claim?

You hear about individuals or businesses breaching contracts all the time. It is a fairly routine type of lawsuit filed in court. If you have a contractual dispute where you think the other party breached an agreement you had – or thought you had – consider the following questions before pursuing a breach of contract claim.
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Reed v. Town of Gilbert Portends a Positive Sign for First Amendment Arguments Regarding Off-Label Speech

At first blush, a case involving a pastor’s challenge to a local ordinance regulating the posting of directional signs might not appear to have much to do with the Food & Drug Administration’s regulation of off-label promotion of pharmaceutical products. But because this case involves the First Amendment, it does. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision […]
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