R&D Tax Credits for Your Company

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I recently came across an article written by Robert Celaschi for Comstock Magazine that may interest many tax conscious business owners. He writes that many business owners do not seek research and development tax credits due to the fact that the former tax laws made it too difficult to obtain the credit. However, the law… Read more »

The New Radlaw Blog

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We now have a new blog here at www.radlegal.com. Our attorneys are going to take turns taking time to write blog posts. Our goal is to keep you informed on events at our firm, legal issues as well as other current events. Every once and a while, one of our attorneys may go off subject… Read more »

Business and Corporate Law – Sacramento, CA

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Radoslovich Law Corporation has the knowledge and experience to handle almost any legal issue your firm may encounter. Our attorneys provide a sophisticated array of legal business services to an ever-growing multistate client base. We know every facet of business operations from formation to dissolution. Advice on launching a company or development Solid arrangements for… Read more »

Tort Reform Is Dead. Now What?

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More than a few state Supreme Courts have overturned tort reform laws in the past year. The concept is that everyone is entitled to a trial by jury, and that the courts, not legislature, should decide how much is enough. Oddly enough, the legislative branches are often opposed to tort reform as well. Whether we… Read more »

Gaines Bills Signed into Law by Schwarzenegger

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Marking the signing deadline for legislation passed this year, Assemblyman Ted Gaines, R-Roseville, today announced that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed three of his bills that will help lower costs to consumers, protect homeowners from devastating natural disasters and streamline government. “I applaud Governor Schwarzenegger for signing my measures that will help increase government efficiency,… Read more »

California Supreme Court upholds Prop. 209 affirmative action ban

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Tackling Proposition 209 for the first time in a decade, the California Supreme Court on Monday left intact the state’s ban on affirmative action in public programs. In a 6-1 ruling, the Supreme Court upheld the 1996 voter-approved law, in the process invalidating a 7-year-old San Francisco ordinance designed to aid minority- and women-owned businesses… Read more »

Six RAS Doctors File Lawsuit Against Sutter

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Doctors with Radiological Associates of Sacramento Medical Group Inc. have been denied privileges at local Sutter hospitals even though other independent doctors continue to perform similar procedures there, lawsuits filed Wednesday allege. Twin lawsuits filed in Sacramento and Placer county superior courts allege action taken by Sutter Roseville Medical Center and Sutter Medical Center Sacramento… Read more »

Supreme Court Gun Ruling Likely to Echo in California

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California can expect a barrage of legal challenges to its many strict gun-control regulations as a result of Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that applies the constitutional right to bear arms to local and state governments. From California’s long-standing and controversial assault weapons ban to local limits on the sale and possession of certain types… Read more »