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  • Addressing Real Estate Concerns related to COVID-19

    During the Covid-19 outbreak, we have received many questions related real estate issues. Concerns such as lease relationships, property sales, and mortgages. There is a lot of uncertainty with how some of these matters will be resolved. Today we update you with some of the current topics and issues on how Covid-19 is impacting the […]

    Covid-19 and BPE’s Actions In Response

    As the Covid-19 outbreak progresses, BPE has implemented measures related to Sacramento County’s shelter in place order. BPE is open and continues to provide legal services. But we are providing them remotely consistent with the guidelines issued by Sacramento County. As we all navigate this outbreak, there are a few things we can all do […]

    Families First Coronavirus Response Act

    Today, we take time to address pending legislation related to Covid-19 pandemic that will likely carry significant impacts for all businesses but in particular, small business. The Congress, at least in the House, has passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act aimed at providing relief for employees impacted by the coronavirus, while it the legislation […]

    Introducing Our Newest Attorneys – Debbie and Tanner

    Today, we take time to introduce our newest attorneys here at BPE Law. They are already making great contributions to the team and providing valuable service for the clients. As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, estate planning, or any other legal issue, please let us know by e-mailing managing […]

    Exit Searches by Employer is Compensable Under CA Law

    Today, Attorney, Adem Balikci, reviews a recent California Supreme Court decision involving exit searches by employer. This decision could have a significant impact on payroll decisions for employers (primarily retail businesses) that now may be liable to pay wages during the exit searches. This is yet another example of how the law in California is […]

    Sacramento County Modifies Cannabis Ordinances related to Rental Property

    Cannabis has been a hot topic for the last couple years as the state and municipalities attempt to grapple with the legal use of cannabis. This led to cultivation restrictions, strict compliance ordinances and steep administratively penalties for violations. Today we look at a recent change to the Sacramento County ordinances that create safe harbor […]