Monthly Archives: February 2010

Basic CA License, SOS, FTB, CSLB

If we had a ‘Way Back’ machine like the old ‘Rocky and Bullwinkle Show,’ we could revisit those days when government kept what it knows about you and your business on file cards. As one contractor has discovered that isn’t … Continue reading

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RMO/RME, Generals, Partnerships

Okay, a corporation, a partnership and a duck walk into a bar. The duck isn’t part of the story, but the two contractor’s questions begin a complicated journey to a complex answer. Remember it’s not the destination that teaches us … Continue reading

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Protests, Multiple Licenses & CSLB Board

When your company holds multiple licenses which one do you use to bid a job? If you choose incorrectly another contractor will likely find reason to protest the award. Come along with me to visit the CSLB and meet the … Continue reading

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CSLB Reference, General License

We begin with what can only be described as a ‘no–win’ situation for one contractor. We finish with a ‘win-win’ for contractors everywhere… Q: As we discussed on the phone, the Responsible Managing Employee (RME) we’re going to hire has … Continue reading

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