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September 2013 Archives

2 companies settle business contract dispute in California

Many times a business will have their employees sign a contract to keep company trade secrets confidential as well as other information they obtain while working for the company. This allows the company to bring a lawsuit against the employee if he or she does disclose trade secrets to a competitor. Most of the time this will apply even after the employee has stopped working for the company. This may have been what recently happened in a business contract dispute in California.

Worker sues Catholic Diocese over contract dispute in California

Employment laws are meant to maintain a safe environment in the workplace. These laws protect workers as well as employers in order to ensure all parties are treated fairly. However, many times these laws are not exactly straightforward and are open to interpretation. This may be the case in a recent contract dispute lawsuit initiated by an employee working for the Catholic Diocese in California.

It is important to diversify commercial real estate in California

Real estate is an important investment for most people. However, this type of investment is subject to the rise and fall of the economy. This is why many people want to diversify their commercial real estate portfolio so they can minimize risk. The founders of the California Family Fitness gym chain decided to diversify their real estate portfolio recently by selling $98.7 million worth of real property.

2 California fashion e-commerce rivals in business merger

Competition is healthy in a free market because it encourages innovation. Companies will continually improve their products and services in order to retain their share of the market. However, many times it is more profitable for competing companies to join forces, which can also spur innovation. This is what two fashion e-commerce companies have decided to do in a recent business merger in California.

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