California Business Litigation Blog

Eviction Settlement Banned

The Court of Appeal has ruled that eviction settlements where the landlord agrees to waive all the unpaid rent if the tenant moves out by a specified agreed date, and the tenant agrees to a judgment against the tenant for the full amount of the unpaid rent if the...

How to successfully negotiate a commercial lease

As a business owner, a commercial lease is one of the most important aspects of your company. With the right terms and conditions in place, you'll feel good about your place of business as well as how much money it costs you each month.During your search for the...

7 cybersecurity tips for your small business

It seems as though the internet becomes more useful each day. Businesses use computer systems to purchase products online, collect data for marketing purposes, send email updates to clients regarding their order and much more.Although the internet and computer systems...

Disregarding Company Separateness Cancels Loan

In Mountain Air Enterprises, LLC v. Sundowner Towers, LLC, decided on July 31, 2017, the California Supreme Court upheld a Marin County trial court decision, that the integration clause in an agreement between the plaintiff and the owners of a company, cancelled a...