Sacramento Business Journal's CFO of the Year Awards

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For the past 6 years, the Sacramento Business Journal has presented the annual CFO of the Year awards. RadKro is a proud sponsor of these prestigious awards, which are presented to exemplary financial professionals that have gone above and beyond for their organization.  While their title may range from Controller to CFO, their role in their organization is… Read more »

New California LLC Law: Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act

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A new California law governing Limited Liability Companies (“LLCs”) took effect January 1, 2014.  This new law automatically applies to existing LLCs. The new law, the California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (“RULLCA”), will replace existing California LLC law, which has been in place since 1994.  RULLCA provides that any acts taken by an… Read more »

Elk Grove High School wins Gordon D. Schaber Mock Trial Competition

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Congratulations to the 2014 Gordon D. Schaber Sacramento County Mock Trial winners, Elk Grove High School!  EGHS out-competed 19 other teams from 16 high schools in Sacramento, El Dorado, and Yolo counties to retain its 2013 title in a back to back win – the team’s 12th win since 1991.  They will now advance to… Read more »

Runnin' for Rhett's Capitol Beer Fest coming this weekend!

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Sacramento Beer Week’s largest event, Capitol Beer Fest, is just two days away on March 9, 2014.  As long-time supporters of Capitol Beer Fest’s host, Runnin’ for Rhett, as well as a bunch of avid beer drinkers, we at Rad Kro couldn’t be more excited to attend. R4R is a local non-profit organization founded by… Read more »

Sacramento home real estate still bounding, at a slower rate

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Although the Sacramento Business Journal recently reported that home price growth is slowing in Sacramento, Sacramento County still marks steady gains in values at a more sustainable pace.  Over 2013, Sacramento home values increased at the highest rate in the nation year-over-year, with home price increases nearing 33%.  Some experts feared that the rapid increase… Read more »

Megan Shapiro - New Adjunct Professor at University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

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Megan A. Shapiro recently became the supervisor of the Administrative Adjudication Clinic at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law as an Adjunct Professor.  The one-semester clinic, offered every spring semester, focuses on practical applications of administrative laws and procedures to prepare students to become administrative hearing officers.  At the completion of the… Read more »

Frank M. Radoslovich Selected as President of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Sacramento Area

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Frank M. Radoslovich was recently selected to serve as President of local non-profit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area, after serving on the board of directors for more than three years.  BBBS is a charitable organization which strives to create a mentor relationship between a reliable, trustworthy adult and a child in… Read more »

Announcing Our Newest Attorney Anthony P.J. Valenti

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We are pleased to announce the addition of a new attorney to our firm, Anthony P. J. Valenti.  Anthony is a graduate of McGeorge School of Law and UC Merced. He handles a variety of transactional matters such as corporate formation and estate planning, and will be an important asset for clients facing issues in… Read more »

Supreme Court Issues Major Meal and Rest Period Ruling: Brinker v. Superior Court

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The California Supreme Court recently ruled on one of the most hotly anticipated California Supreme Court rulings in recent employment law history.  On April 12, 2012, the Court issued its decision in Brinker v. Superior Court, a case that had the potential to redefine employment law cases, particularly class actions, based on meal periods and… Read more »

Job Applicants Asked To Divulge Facebook Passwords

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California has more employment laws than most states, many employers would say too many employment laws.  The recent news that some employers are asking for Facebook passwords from potential employees raises the question whether this is illegal under California law. It is likely such a practice would violate the California Constitution, Article 1, Section 1,… Read more »