Jeffrey Steinberger

Jeffrey Steinberger is a veteran trial attorney and the founder and senior partner of The Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Steinberger , a Professional Corporation in Beverly Hills, California. He is also a renowned celebrity attorney, TV legal commentator and analyst, federally appointed SEC arbitrator and professor of law.

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Need to Register a Fictitious Business Name?

Probably. The process is simple, the benefits tangible, so make sure you're covered.

Can I Operate my Business as a Non-Profit?

Probably not, but it's important to understand exactly what one is.

How to Search for Existing Patents

Before you spend a lot of time an energy creating the next big thing, use a patent search to make sure it hasn't already been done.

Sharing the Cost of Business

Labor laws vary from state to state when it comes to passing along certain business expenses to your employees. Be sure to know when and where it's legal to do so.

Taking Out a Reverse Mortgage

For senior citizen entrepreneurs that own a home, a reverse mortgage could provide the financing you need during difficult times. But beware.

Pay Discrimination Developments

Find out how a recent Supreme Court decision affects your company now and what to expect in the future.

Control in a General Partnership

When you're in business with partners, make sure your agreement covers how much control each person has.

Religion and the Workplace

Know what accommodations you're legally required to make when employees need time off work for religious observances.

Your Right to Employee E-Mail

If you want to access employee e-mail and computer usage, make sure you're clear about your rights from the start.

Finding the Right Lawyer

Can one attorney handle all your needs? Here's what our expert has to say.

New Discrimination Guidelines

Make sure you're current on the new EEOC guidelines prohibiting discrimination against workers with caregiver responsibilities.

Are Noncompete Agreements Valid?

If you want to prevent employees from leaving to work for a competitor, a noncompete agreement may not be your best bet.

Employee or Independent Contractor?

Here's how to determine which type of worker you have and whether you're liable for their actions.

The Insurance Your Business Needs

Confused about which types of insurance you need? Here are some that you shouldn't overlook.

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