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Women in Law: Moving Forward Together

Women's progress in one of the most respected professions in the country represents a significant evolution in our society's mindset and culture. Certainly, the acceptance of women in the legal profession has come a...

How to Protect Yourself From Defamation In Social Media

The rise of Social Media and the Internet allows people to voice their opinion with a click of a finger. Though freedom of speech is a First Amendment right, it can easily fall within the bounds of defamation.  A...

Social Media: How To Build Your Influence

The Platform Social Media has become an indispensable tool that business owners utilize to expand their brand. It has never been easier to connect with people anywhere in the world simultaneously. The best part: it is...

COVID 19 vaccination required in schools: what parents need to know.

Issue What are the applicable authorities concerning vaccine exemptions and mandates in California schools, both at the private and public level?What is the scope of the vaccine exemption?What is the applicable...

What to Do if You Want to Grow Your Business

Congratulations on starting your first business! Perhaps you have just formed your first LLC and now you want to figure out the best ways to grow your local business to a multistate or even multinational business. How...

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