The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) will take effect on January 1, 2023. The CPRA imposes additional requirements on companies that do business in California, expanding upon its predecessor in privacy: the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). With the rules and regulations governing consumer data privacy soon subject to change, it is the responsibility of [...]
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FLAS Partners Featured in Pacific Coast Business Times 2022 “Who’s Who in Professional Services” Report
FLAS attorneys Trevor Large, Marcus Kocmur, and Michael Fauver were featured in the Pacific Coast Business Coast Times’ "Who's Who in Professional Services" issue. The issue recognizes the leading attorneys and certified public accountants in the Tri-Counties. Read an excerpt from the issue below: For professionals interested in learning more about the top CPAs and [...]
Angela R. Greenspan, Attorney Angela Greenspan is an attorney with Fauver, Large, Archbald & Spray, LLP, with a practice focused on the areas of transactional business law and estate planning. She is also a licensed California Real Estate Agent and the co-founder of schoolofbookkeeping.com. As an attorney, Ms. Greenspan is passionate about supporting [...]
The employment law attorneys at Fauver, Large, Archbald & Spray are available to help our clients respond to and defend employment discrimination claims including claims based on protected class discrimination, sexual harassment claims, and retaliation claims. More importantly, we want to help our clients realize their business goals by avoiding discrimination claims before they arise, [...]
California's "Silenced No More Act" (SB 331) changed the Code of Civil Procedure and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) to place additional limits on severance and settlement agreements. In light of the passing of SB 331, employers with California workers or remote workers in California have been directed to examine and update [...]
Estate and Tax Planning is an important practice area with a number of terms that are used universally. In order to support a general understanding of the myriad of complex terms, we created this glossary for our clients’ reference. While many are familiar with terms such as trusts and wills, there are a number of [...]
Many clients begin the Estate Planning process with a number of questions. We compiled answers to many of these FAQs, shared below. Content on this page comes from the State Bar of California. What is estate planning? Estate planning is a process. It involves people — your family, other individuals and, in many cases, charitable [...]
The 1031 exchange, a popular tool to create wealth by “deferring” capital gains tax on real estate investments, is on the chopping block in the “American Families Plan” put forward by the Biden Administration earlier this year. If the change is implemented it could have a significant impact on the way small investors participate [...]
May 2021 Small businesses need capital to startup, operate, and grow. When entrepreneurs lack the ability or desire to fund a venture entirely from personal assets, they will seek capital from outside investors. If you have or plan on founding a startup, it is imperative to have a general understanding of United States securities laws. Many [...]
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