California Labor Law Attorney

Our mission is to ensure fair pay in all workplaces and protection under California labor law.  As labor attorneys, we can fight against employers wage theft, discrimination, and retaliation throughout California including Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, and San Jose.

Author: Brad Nakase, Attorney

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Hello! I’m Brad Nakase, a California labor law lawyer. Since 2006, I have been a boutique law office that focuses quality of my services by accepting a limited number of clients.

How do you know if I am the right lawyer to fight and protect your interests? I invite you to read the 80+ perfect 5 Stars Google Reviews and decide.

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When not to sign a severance agreement?

Do not sign a severance agreement if you do not understand it. By agreeing to a severance agreement, you give up your right to sue your employer. Remember, it is possible to negotiate the terms of your severance package. You are not required to sign a severance agreement.

How Do You Deal with a Toxic Business Partner?

Address concerns directly to the bad business partner; communicate openly and clearly. Consider mediation or seek legal advice from a business dispute attorney. Document disagreements, consider amicable separation if necessary.

How to Start a Corporation

How to form a corporation in 12 steps. This guide simplifies the process of starting a corporation in California, highlighting the benefits such as legal protection and tax savings for business owners. It covers key steps like selecting a business name, filing legal documents, and appointing directors.

What is a certificate of good standing?

A Certificate of Good Standing is a document issued by the government that certifies that a business has filed all reports and paid the necessary fees with the Secretary of State's office.

eBay vs Amazon

A comparison between eBay and Amazon on their pros and cons of selling online.

14 Best Self Employed Jobs

This article will give ideas for leaving your dead-end job or exploring self-employed jobs for extra income.

Community Involvement: Benefits and Ideas

Community involvement is consistent and meaningful participation in community activities that support and bring measurable positive improvements to the community in which your business operates.

What is fiduciary duty?

Fiduciary duty is a legal obligation of the highest degree for the person in trust to act in the beneficiary's best interest.

Responsibility of a Trustee

A trustee assumes the fiduciary responsibility of a trustee by managing the assets and distributing the profits to the beneficiaries according to the trust terms.

When to Hire a Business Attorney

It is prudent for business owners to hire an attorney specializing in business law before facing a lawsuit or issues with employees.

How to Pay Myself as a Sole Proprietor

Sole proprietors pay themselves by withdrawing cash from the business. The cash withdrawals are counted as income and are taxed at the end of the year. 

What Does A Trustee Do?

The trustee acts as the legal owner of trust assets and is responsible for managing the trust's assets, distributing the assets to beneficiaries, and filing tax returns.

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