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11 09, 2017

When Can Your Company be Sued for Breach of Contract?

By | 2017-09-11T05:35:07+00:00 September 11th, 2017|Contracts|Comments Off on When Can Your Company be Sued for Breach of Contract?

San Diego business lawyers at Gehres Law Group, P.C. can provide assistance with understanding your obligations under any contracts you have entered into. If you fail to comply with the terms of a legally valid contract your company has signed, you could face a lawsuit for breach of contract. This could potentially result in the [...]

4 05, 2017

CALIFORNIA USURY LAWS: What you should know before lending or borrowing money

By | 2017-09-11T02:53:23+00:00 May 4th, 2017|Business Contracts, Business Law, Contract law, Contracts, Financial, Uncategorized|Comments Off on CALIFORNIA USURY LAWS: What you should know before lending or borrowing money

Introduction Many business owners and individuals incorrectly believe they can charge any amount of interest to which the parties agree. However, unlike many contract terms, rates of interest charged by non-exempt lenders is limited in California to ten percent (10%) per year, even if the borrower is otherwise willing to pay a higher rate (or [...]

3 02, 2017

Importance of Annual Meetings for California Corporations

By | 2017-09-11T02:24:23+00:00 February 3rd, 2017|Business Law, Contracts, Corporate Law|Comments Off on Importance of Annual Meetings for California Corporations

Did you know that failing to address your company’s corporate and legal compliance issues can lead to costly and avoidable consequences such as: -Legal claims by employees, shareholders, vendors or customers -Personal liability of owners/managers for company obligations -The potential for a dissolution of your company -Limited access to new capital or loans -A negative [...]

30 01, 2017

WAIVER OF UNKNOWN CLAIMS UNDER CALIFORNIA CODE §1542

By | 2017-01-30T09:40:51+00:00 January 30th, 2017|Business Litigation, Contracts|Comments Off on WAIVER OF UNKNOWN CLAIMS UNDER CALIFORNIA CODE §1542

Introduction In settlement agreements, one or more parties may waive their right to pursue recourse against other parties to the agreement in return for some form of consideration, such as a payment of money. However, what if a party is unaware of certain claims they may have against the party they are releasing--could they then [...]