Business Law

Holiday Adventures for You and Your Family

The Christmas Holiday Season is a time of lights and music, friendship and worship, and the opportunity for family and friends to make new memories together.  Today, Steve Beede will share two of Northern California’s unique Holiday adventures which you may just want to experience for yourself. As always, if you have any questions about […]

COMMERCIAL FINANCE – PART 8: GUARANTEES

In the previous post of this Series, we wrapped up looking security agreements and the primary remedies afforded by the various security agreements and we left off with guarantees. In this installment we will look at guarantees. Guarantees will either be personal or corporate guarantees and this deals only with whether the guarantor is an […]

COMMERCIAL FINANCING – Part 3: Promissory Notes

Today, BPE Law Senior Attorney and Co-Manager, Keith Dunnagan, continues his multi-part series on obtaining and using Commercial Financing. BPE’s Transactional Business practice has been growing rapidly. As always, if you have any questions about your business, real estate, estate planning, or any other legal issue, please let us know by e-mailing me at sjbeede@bpelaw.com. […]

NEW EMPLOYMENT LAWS FOR 2017

By BPE Law Attorney Elizabeth Arias Governor Brown signed several new laws this year impacting California employers, some of which have already gone into effect and others that will be effective or operative in 2017 or later. Following is a summary of five new laws affecting California employers. (1) Minimum Wage Increase As of January […]

SOURCING A COMMERCIAL PROJECT – Part 2

by BPE Law Senior Attorney and Co-Manager, Keith Dunnagan In the previous post we addressed various avenues to obtaining funds for project, whether those funds come from institutional sources or non-traditional sources. Once you have narrowed the field of where you will seek financing, the borrower will be looking for a letter of commitment from […]

COMMERCIAL FINANCING – Part 4: Security Instruments

by BPE Law Senior Attorney and Co-Manager, Keith Dunnagan In the previous posts we have reviewed promissory notes and business loan agreements. The next step is securitization. Very few commercial lenders want unsecured loans. Nearly all commercial loans require some form of security if not multiple forms of security. It is important to understand what […]
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