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November 12, 2019

Protecting a Business Asset in the Event of a Divorce — Corporate Documents Alone Are Not Enough

By Anna S. Karczag, Esq., Encore Law Group LLP Are you concerned about having your future ex-spouse become your business partner? You should be. In California, a …

 
November 12, 2019

Raising Capital for Your Startup – The Benefits and Pitfalls of Convertible Promissory Notes and SAFEs

By Ara A. Babaian, Esq. and Durdana Karim, Esq., Encore Law Group LLP Two ways startups typically raise early capital are by issuing simple agreements for future …

 
November 12, 2019

Making Your Website Accessible for the Disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act and State Equivalent Laws

By Justin P. Karczag, Esq. and Muhammed Talal Hussain, Esq., Encore Law Group LLP The 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and comparable state laws have allowed …

 
November 12, 2019

The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) Is Coming January 1, 2020. Are You and Your Website Ready?

By Justin P. Karczag, Esq. and Muhammed Talal Hussain, Esq., Encore Law Group LLP Everyone is aware of the various disclosures and “accept” boxes that many websites …

 
September 1, 2005

Delaware Supreme Court Holds “Quasi-California Corporation” Statute Violates Delaware’s Internal Affairs Doctrine

By Ara A. Babaian, Esq., Encore Law Group LLP The Delaware Supreme Court recently held that privately-held corporations incorporated in Delaware are not subject to Section 2115 …