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According to the California Supreme Court, interest charges on unpaid invoices for goods and services are legal if the right to collect interest is set forth in your contract, or invoice, and if the mount of interest being charged is [...]
Effective January 1, 2016, SB 161 creates the California’s Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA) codified in California Civil Code § 3439 et. seq. The purpose of the UVTA is to make it easier for creditors to attach and reclaim assets transferred by a debtor to a third party while the debtor was “insolvent.” Under the prior law, creditors were often forced to prove by clear and convincing evidence that the debtor was trying to commit fraud. Under the new UVTA, to void a transfer that occurs after January [...]
Effective January 1, 2016 through January 1, 2021, California Assembly Bill 139 creates California Probate Code §5642 to provide a low cost alternative to avoid probate for individuals that own real estate. The new California Revocable Transfer on Death Deed (aka “TOD Deed” and “Beneficiary Deed”) [...]
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Posted In: Real Estate Reporter
California first enacted an equal pay statute in 1949. Existing law prohibited a California employer from paying women a lesser wage than the men at the same location if the two performed the same work, unless the wage differential could be justified by seniority, merit, or a system that qualitatively measured an employee’s quantity or quality of production. The existing law, however, was almost impossible to enforce because most California employees couldn't prove that an actual wage discrepancy existed.
Effective January 1, 2016, the new California Fair Pay Act (SB 358) set forth in Labor Code §1197.5, [...]
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Posted In: Employment Law News
Recognizing that many California employees have had a difficult time collecting on wage claim judgments, the California legislature passed SB 588 and AB 980 to expand the authority of the California Labor Commissioner’s not only investigate wage claims, but also to issue citations and collect on a judgment relating to a violation of the minimum wage laws and the wage provisions in the Industrial Wage Orders. The California Labor Commissioner will now be able to investigate, issue citations, and collect judgments on violations [...]
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