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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Court Rejects Use Of Alter Ego Doctrine To “Borrow” Contractor License

California’s Contractors’ State License Law, Business & Professions Code Section 7000 et seq., requires contractors to be licensed unless they are exempt from licensure.  Those who perform contracting work without a license run a very real risk of working for free.  Section 7031(b) provides, with one exception, that a person who uses an unlicensed contractor may bring…

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California’s Hostility To Non-Compete Agreements Does Not Vitiate Forum Selection Clause

In numerous posts, I’ve discussed California’s policy against covenants not to compete as mandated by Business & Professions Code Section 16600.  From a different, more positive perspective, California could be characterized as having a strong policy in favor of employee mobility.  However Section 16600 may be characterized, it cannot be gainsaid that it’s very tough to get…

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