Ninth Circuit’s “Honey Badger” Ruling Could Impact the Internet

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that the creator of a YouTube video had the right to pursue a trademark infringement claim against two companies… On July 30, 2018, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco held the creator of a popular YouTube video could pursue a trademark infringement claim against two […]

What To Do When Your Corporation Becomes Suspended

When a California corporation or business entity fails to pay its taxes, fails to file a corporate tax return, or fails to file an updated Statement of Information on time, their corporation may be suspended (California Revenue and Taxation Code, Section 23301 and California Corporations Code, Section 2205). Unfortunately, if your corporation does become suspended, […]