Monthly Archives: April 2012

Alien Licensing, Clearing License Judgments, “C-29″ & “C-36″ Limits

We will ‘color outside the lines’ in this Capitol Connection, crossing the borderlines for the state and nation. A contractor will learn he has crossed another ‘line’ in pursuing work with his present license class, but first we share an … Continue reading

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HIC Contracts, Inactive Licenses & SOS Suspensions

Winning or losing in a court case often depends on getting the best information before going to trial. While most of our questions come from contractors, we also often work with attorneys; researching license law, CSLB practices or providing expert … Continue reading

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“C-61″ Limited Specialty & Public Agency License Exemptions

How a business or government agency got to where they are today is often called ‘institutional memory’ based on the recall of those who were there when these decisions were made. A recent call from a contractor regarding ‘specialty license … Continue reading

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Independent Contractors, Worker’s Comp, “C-32″ & LLC Licensing

When is a worker an employee? For contractors the question is critical to doing business legally in California. Another corporate contractor is hoping to ‘change horses’ now that LLC licenses are a reality. For those with the “A” we take … Continue reading

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