Filing a workplace related Complaint

If you feel you were the victim of harassment or discrimination at work, in most cases you need to go to The Department of Fair Employment within one year and file a form titled intake form. Within 60 days you’ll be called by an investigator to go over the details of your situation. The Department […]

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What’s Rent Control and what if I get evicted?

If you rent in the City of Los Angeles, your rental may be subject to the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO), which regulates rents and evictions, if the property was built on or before October 1, 1978. Newly constructed units that replaced demolished RSO rental units may also be covered under the RSO. There are […]

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How Do I sell Stuff of the Venice Beach Boardwalk?

Vending spaces are on the Venice beach boardwalk are FREE, and are available on a “first come, first served” basis daily. Hours are from 9 a.m. to Sunset daily. You may NOT set up in a space or “mark” a space prior to 9 a.m. You don’t need a permit for the space but if […]

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Applications for Temporary and Annual Cannabis Cultivation Licenses

The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s CalCannabis program is now accepting applications for temporary and annual commercial cannabis licenses for cultivators, nurseries, and processors. Annual Cannabis Cultivation Licenses are year round and to complete the annual license application you will need to submit Live Scan fingerprints for ...

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How to form a Delaware C corporation and issue stock

To establish a corporation in Delaware and issue stock, here’s everything you need to know. 1. Choose a Corporate Name. … Names may be checked for availability by searching the Delaware Secretary of State business name database 2. Prepare and File Certificate of Incorporation. … The filing fee is $89 3. Appoint a Registered Agent....

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Bird Scooters Operating without Santa Monica Business License

The company has settled a legal spat with the beach city over allegations that Bird failed to secure a business license and did not comply with administrative citations. The complaint alleged that Bird began operating its scooters without city approval and that it ignored citations asking the company to obtain proper licenses and remove the [&helli...

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Traffic Tickets And Hiring A Lawyer

If you’ve gotten a traffic ticket lately, you’ve probably thought about just paying it off. The fine is less than it would cost to hire an attorney and you think you might lose anyway. The problem is that the real cost of a ticket is the rise in insurance costs that come from the points […]

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I keep getting sent to secondary security at the airport

Some travelers to the United States are routinely subject to secondary screening at the airport without any explanation. The Department of Homeland Security Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (known as TRIP) is a single point of contact for individuals who have questions or want resolution regarding difficulties they experienced during their travel s...

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Ride Share Liability; Who is responsible for what?

Whether you are a driver or a passenger in a rideshare like Uber or Lyft, you may occasionally be involved in an accident and there will be questions about who’s insurance applies. The driver of the car will have liability insurance of their own while the rideshare company provides insurance coverage during the ride as […]

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What if I can’t afford a divorce attorney?

One of the main concerns people have when faced with a divorce is how to pay for a lawyer. Often the spouse petitioning for divorce makes all the money and can afford an expensive divorce lawyer while the responding spouse doesn’t have any money they can call their own. If you are a lesser earning […]

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