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  • Understanding a Real Estate Agent’s Fiduciary Duties – Self Dealing

    Today, we continue our series on a real estate professionals fiduciary duties. Attorney, Laura Ferret, examines the duty of loyalty and through the prohibition of self-dealing. Most self-dealing involves some sort of secret profit that is taken. While it sounds nefarious, it is easy find oneself on the wrong side of the self-dealing equation. Something […]

    Tenants Protection Act – Questions and Answers Part 2

    A couple weeks ago we addressed the passage of the new statewide rent control legislation and our first installment of questions and answers. Today, Adem Balikci addresses more of the questions we are seeing from clients across the board.       As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, estate planning, or […]

    Tenants Protection Act – Questions and Answers Part 1

    A couple weeks ago we addressed the passage of the new statewide rent control legislation. That bill has sparked a tremendous amount of questions. Today, Adem Balikci addresses some of the questions we are seeing from clients across the board. We will post part two in a couple weeks. So if you have questions regarding […]

    Statewide Rent Control Bill Signed By Governor Newsom

    Last week saw the passage of a significant statewide rent control measure. It is no doubt already creating lots of questions in the real estate investment community. Today, Attorney, Alex Munn, addresses some of the provisions contained in the new rent control law that landlords will need to comply with. As always, if you have […]

    Recent Court Decision Places Modifications Back in the Spotlight!

    Recently, the California Third District Court of Appeals issued a ruling requiring servicers/lenders to provide detailed reasons why a borrower may be denied a modification. In the end, the question becomes, will this decision prove to be a useful tool for borrowers to obtain modifications of home loans? Only time will tell. As always, if […]

    Are You Keeping Track of Employees Breaks?

    Today, employment attorney, Elizabeth Helms explains the obligations related to tracking meals and rest breaks for employees. It can be challenging but with a little planning and diligence, you can save yourself a lot of headaches. As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, estate planning, or any other legal issue, […]