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We are thrilled to share some fantastic news with our community today. It brings us immense pleasure to announce that Roy Schneider has been honored with the prestigious Tauber/Fainer, MD Trail Blazer Award! This accolade stands as a testament to Roy’s exceptional contributions to our business community, particularly in the realm of healthcare in Ventura

In the wake of the recent settlement between the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and the Department of Justice (DOJ), the landscape of home buying is undergoing a significant shift. With the focus now on empowering buyers with more flexibility and transparency, there’s a growing opportunity for homebuyers to rethink their approach to representation in

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”), workplace violence is the second leading cause of fatal occupational injuries in the United States, affecting nearly 2 million American workers annually. SB 553 addresses workplace violence by requiring employers to implement basic protections to protect employees while at work. Effective July 1, 2024, SB 553

Schneiders & Associates, LLP is reaching out to provide some clarity and general information regarding the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”).  Some of you may have heard about the new law, and like many of us when first learning about it, were left with more questions than answers.  Please be aware that while the law itself

When starting a business in California, there are several laws and regulations that entrepreneurs should consider. It’s important to consult with legal professionals to ensure compliance, but here are some key areas to be aware of:

Business Structure:

  • Choose a legal structure for your business (e.g., sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, corporation). This decision is driven

Real estate litigation can arise from various issues, and taking precautions can help minimize the risk of legal disputes. Here are some precautions to consider:

Thorough Due Diligence:

  • Conduct comprehensive due diligence before purchasing or investing in real estate.
  • Verify property titles, zoning regulations, environmental issues, and any potential legal restrictions.

Clear Contracts:

  • Ensure that

So you’re selling your house and it’s time to fill out the Transfer Disclosure Statement (“TDS”) required under California Civil Code section 1102 et seq. Your real estate agent should assist you in racking your brain, and searching your files, for any issues you experienced that could possibly fall within the questions asked in the

Negative Option Marketing Overview:

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) broadly defines “negative option marketing” as a category of transactions where a consumer customer’s failure to take affirmative action, either to reject an offer or cancel an agreement, is interpreted as consent to be charged for goods or services. This shifts the conventional buyer-seller relationship, making