Author: GaleAndVallance

Protect Your Small Business from Employee-Related Problems – Consult an Affordable HR on Demand Specialist

A rising number of micro and small businesses in California are having trouble with employee-related issues. If a staff member files a lawsuit against his or her employer, the company can potentially lose thousands of dollars on settlements. Most of the time, these employee-related problems are avoidable if these enterprises hire an HR department to […]

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How to Start a Small Business in Orange County, California

If you are planning to put up a small business in Orange County, California, there are a few things that you need to remember, in order to start your business the right way. One of these things is structuring your business setup.  Small Business Formation in Orange County, California Are you thinking about putting up […]

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Forming a Corporation in Orange County, California

Many businesses in Orange County, California have benefited from turning into corporations. When a business becomes a corporation, its personal assets are protected because the business is considered a separate entity from its owners. This is only one of the many advantages of forming a corporation in California. If you are planning to convert your […]

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Orange County Attorney – Winter Newsletter 2014

Your Driver’s License – Understanding the Rules of the Road It is important to know the laws revolving around your driving privilege because the effects of breaking them are not only inconvenient but dangerous for the general public. You likely remember the sense of freedom and excitement that came with turning sixteen and finally getting […]

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Small Business Advice: An AVVO Review by Gary

“I recommend Andrew Gale” -Gary Gary & his wife met with Attorney Andrew R. Gale to discuss the sale or closing of their small business. Ultimately Andy was able to provide expert advice on which choice was best for them personally, and Andy was able to facilitate the quick sale of the business.   For more […]

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Orange County Attorney – Fall Newsletter 2013

Protecting Your Identity Today the opportunities for someone to steal your personal information are the highest in history, and as a result, protecting your identity is something everyone should spend time doing. The best way to avoid identity theft is to prevent it before it happens. There are a few easy precautions to take to […]

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Orange County Attorney – Summer Newsletter 2013

  Legal Curveballs: Liability and Recreational Use Statutes Liability may occur when you invite people onto your land or open it to recreational use. If a landowner invites someone onto their land they may be held liable in the event of a guest injury if the landowner did not take reasonable care to protect the […]

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Incorporating a Business and the Concept of Piercing the Corporate Veil

One of the most attractive features of incorporating a business entity is the limited liability protection according to its corporate directors, officers, and shareholders. When incorporating a business, a corporation will be viewed in the eyes of the law as an entity entirely independent and distinct from its owners, the corporate shareholders. The concept of […]

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