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5 legal issues food truck owners face

Food trucks have taken the culinary world by storm in the last decade. Hungry foodies following them on Twitter, office workers are grateful for an alternative to the cafeteria, and they seem to provide every craft beer brewery in California with vittles to help the beer go down.

Serving alcohol at holiday parties

The holiday party is a particularly tricky ritual in workplace culture. It is a chance for colleagues to relax and socialize together, but it can be challenging and awkward to socialize with co-workers. Alcohol is traditionally part of the equation as a tool for getting people to relax or to even get them to participate.

Insurance companies put to the test with fires

The California insurance industry will be reeling for some time after the Camp and Woolsey wildfires. However, these companies enter into a contract with their customers, so how they handle that contract will have a large impact on how they move forward. Will they retain old customers? Will they gain new ones? What types of properties they are trusted to underwrite in the future?

Non-competes that stand in California

California has a 150-year history of barring the non-compete clause. So many businesses coming in from other states or just beginning to hire staff could be in for a rude awakening when they start to hire or employees leave. Just for the sake of comparison: about 20 percent of workers across the United States are bound by non-compete agreements, including 14 percent whose earnings are less than $40,000 per year.

Protect your restaurant from potential insurance claims

As a restaurant owner and operator, you want to do your best to provide an enjoyable dining experience for your patrons while also creating a positive work environment for your employees. Running a business of any kind can have its difficulties, and you certainly do not want to put yourself or your business at risk of facing negative repercussions for preventable incidents.

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