An important consideration when starting or registering a business in California is the state franchise tax. It may influence whether or not you decide to register a business entity, and the type of entity to choose. In California, LLCs, corporations, and limited partnerships must pay the annual franchise tax of a minimum of $800.
When you are starting a business, one of the most important things to think about is how to organize the business. Depending on issues such as liability protection, tax laws, organization structure, and your investment needs, different business entities may be appropriate, and you can select an entity that is best suited to your needs.
Concerns of Criminality in a Business: Springer Business Law Firm. Silicon Valley, Morgan Hill, San Jose, and Fremont Business Lawyer Provides Complete Legal Solutions for California Businesses, Corporations and Individuals
When you have a growing business, the most important assets of all are your employees, who are helping you grow. But not everything always goes smoothly.
Handling employment and labor law cases in the Bay Area and throughout California, the Law Offices of Steven E. Springer represents employees and employers involved in wrongful discharge, wrongful termination, retaliation and discrimination matters.
Oftentimes, clients of the Law Offices of Steven E. Springer come to us with an issue they believe they need to litigate, but they are concerned by the cost to their bottom line and their company’s reputation.
Intellectual property litigation is complicated, often involving a wide range of laws and complex fact patterns. Our California intellectual property litigators have a firm grasp on what it takes to protect your business from infringement and other IP violations.
The Law Offices of Steven E. Springer works with you to achieve your goals, the firm and its attorneys help owners and managers control transactions, differentiate between good and dangerous transactions and work towards maximizing the profitability of a transaction.
In the current marketplace of Silicon Valley, clients recognize that high-stakes real estate deals can make or break their companies. At The Law Offices of Steven E. Springer’s real estate practice offers many solutions and business insights.
In 2011 the Supreme Court found that the anti-retaliation provision in Title VII covered a wide range of employer conduct. Recent retaliation complaints received by the EEOC have replaced racial discrimination as the most common complaint.