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November 2016 Archives

My California Business Is Being Sued; What Should I Do?

business lawsuit.jpgWhen facing a lawsuit, there is no need to stress out. After all, it is not uncommon for a business to face civil legal action. Lawsuits can come from a number of different parties, including a customer, a supplier, a current or former employee, or even another company. Regardless, there are steps you can take to protect yourself. In order to best protect your legal rights and financial interests, it is imperative that you contact an experienced San Jose business litigation attorney as soon as possible.

Civil RICO Claims in California

fraud.jpgFor most people, the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act is associated with organized crime. This is not surprising since the control of crime was the original purpose of the statute. However, civil action may also be brought under the RICO act. Further, in California, civil RICO claims are increasingly being brought not just against organized crime, but against clearly legitimate businesses. If you are considering bringing a civil RICO claim, or if a RICO claim has been brought against your California business, you need to consult with an experienced San Jose business litigation attorney as soon as possible.

Bankruptcy for Small Businesses in California

business bankruptcy.jpgChapter 11 bankruptcy is a beneficial reorganization tool for many financially distressed businesses. Filing Bankruptcy can help a business in many ways. You can reorganize your debt, both secured and unsecured. Bankruptcy can give you protection from your creditors while you litigate against businesses or person who have interfered with your business. Bankruptcy can also help you with your debt.

FCC Adopts New Rules Related to 5G Networks

5G network.jpgRecently, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) announced that it was adopting a new set of regulations. The new rules are meant to help facilitate the development of faster 5G networks. In a unanimous vote, the commissioners agreed to pass the plan put forth by Chairman Tom Wheeler. This is an important development for many telecommunications companies. The hopes are that new networks will spring up quickly, as the potential benefits for businesses and consumers could be wide ranging.