Monthly Archives: April 2022

23 Apr

New Successor Liability Reporting Requirements for Businesses

If you went online to file your annual statement of information with the California Secretary of State in the last few weeks, you should have noticed that not only could you not file a “No Change” statement, but they also added some new language that each filer must now acknowledge.  The “new language” is the

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15 Apr

Click with Caution

As you browse a website, be cautious before you click on the user agreement; you might not even realize you are entering into an enforceable contract.  This issue was recently addressed by a California appellate court in B.D., a Minor, etc., et. al. v. Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. In Blizzard, a dispute arose between a “user”

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