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Sidebar Issue 82 | September 2017

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By: Jason R. Beaman
BUSINESS LAW: THE Importance Of Spousal Consent In TRANSACTIONS

Written spousal consents are fixture of most business transactions that involve married persons. These consents are everywhere, in asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, leases, beneficiary designation forms, and real estate transactions. To some clients this requirement often seems unnecessary and inconvenient, especially when one spouse isn’t even involved in the business or property that is the subject of the transaction.

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By: Andrew M. Sevanian
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Trademarks Part IV

Editor’s Note: this article is the fourth installment in our series of Sidebar articles focused on trademarks and brand protection. In our Trademarks Part I article, Mr. John Shaffery addressed the important steps in choosing a trademark as well as the benefits of attaining federal trademark registration.


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The City of Santa Clarita is Launching a Business Incubator Program

Commencing in January, 2017, the City of Santa Clarita is launching a business incubator program to provide creative and technology businesses access to low cost-office spaces, meeting rooms, customized trainings, a mentorship and networking program and one-on-one consulting services in the Arts and Entertainment District in Old Town Newhall.

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FEATURED SETTLEMENT: Facing a potential $3.5M verdict, Santa Fe Importers/Marisa Foods settles for $285,000.

Mauricio Ludicha v. Santa Fe Importers Inc. (BC592078), Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles: In 2015, Long Beach meat wholesaler, Santa Fe Importers/Marisa Foods was the target of a class action lawsuit by former employees. The employees claimed violations of California meal and rest break laws.

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