The small business owner’s guide to CCPA compliance

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Many businesses will be undergoing massive data privacy policy changes due to a new California law that is set to take effect on January 1, 2020.  The law is titled […]

California privacy law: What is CCPA and does it apply to my business?

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California has always been a leader in protecting the inalienable rights of its residents, so much so that it amended the state constitution to include the right of privacy. Following […]

California ADU laws help homeowners build granny flats

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There’s a traditional saying that goes along the lines of ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day, but they were laying bricks every hour.’ The previous expression reminds us that important […]

California rent control: Everything you need to know about AB-1482

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California’s housing crisis is not viewed as a surprise in the eyes of many. For years, California has struggled with exponentially increasing rent and generating enough housing at affordable prices […]

AB-5: California redefines independent contractor vs. employee

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The rising popularity of the gig economy has permanently changed the employment landscape. With some of the largest gig economy companies being rideshare and food delivery services, a recent shift […]

Data Breaches & Identity Theft Incidents: How to Protect Your Credit

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With the recent data breach, we have put together a guide to assist you in safeguarding your personal data and protecting your credit.

Small businesses are the new target for hackers

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Our friends from AP Intego are going over the differend cyber threats that could be impacting your small business and how to protect yourself.

Documents 18-Year-Olds Should Sign By Labor Day

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Jenn Walsh is a Rocket Lawyer Legal Benefits member who recently shared a story on about her experience with Rocket Lawyer.

Designing your career path

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As part of San Francisco Design Week this year we’re hosting a panel with our design experts at Rocket Lawyer and a few of our friends on designing your career path

Supreme Court removes ban on sports betting

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In May, the Supreme Court overturn a federal law that banned commercial sports betting in most states because it was believed to be unconstitutional. The Supreme Court’s will effectively open the door for each state to legalize sports betting at its discretion.

Privacy in the age of social media

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Social media has changed the way we interact and share information with friends, family and colleagues. We are discussing a few steps on protecting yourself and limit the amount of data you’re making readily available to others.

New law allows free credit freezes: Protect your credit now

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Although the new law will make credit freezes free, don’t wait. If you don’t need to freeze/unfreeze your credit multiple times, the fee is between $0 – $10 depending on where you live and can protect your identity now.