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Entrepreneurs and small business owners are passionate, driven, and generally busy people. They are focused on many things, probably the most important being the everyday struggle of running their business. In the frantic haze of starting a business most focus on everything but the legal considerations of operating a business. The business, no matter, how...

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For reasons unknown or based on costs, places such as hospitals, doctor’s offices, schools, movie theaters and other places of public accommodation refuse to provide communication access to deaf or hard of hearing people. It is against the law for employers, hospitals, governments, and other entities to discriminate against you based on your hearing loss....

NEW LAWS THAT TOOK EFFECT IN 2012 THAT EVERY EMPLOYER OR BUSINESS OWNER SHOULD KNOW Several new employment laws will impact California employers’ day-to-day operations and policies in 2012. Unless specified, the below laws became effective on Jan. 1, 2012. Credit Check AB 22 prohibits employers and prospective employers, not including certain financial institutions, from...