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Employee Commission Agreements Need to be in Writing Soon

It’s tough to think about New Year’s Day on the 4th of July, but January 1, 2013 is a date that nearly all California employers need to focus on.  By that date, and in accordance with California Labor Code §2751, all employee commission plans must be reduced to writing.  This means handshake deals for sales […]

New Legislation to Help California Grapegrowers Collect

To be a winegrape buyer you have to get a processors license from the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s market Enforcement Branch (the “MEB”).  When a buyer doesn’t pay for the grapes though, the seller can resort to a lawsuit or the seller can file a complaint with the MEB under the Processors Law. […]

TTB Rule Changes for Documentation Supporting Organic Claims

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) recently announced changes to the supporting documentation required for claims that alcohol products are “100% Organic,” “Organic” and/or “Made with Organic” ingredients.  Currently, industry members submitting a Certificate of Label Approval (COLA) application for alcohol products that include such organic claims must submit: (1) the organic […]

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