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How is misappropriation defined?

California law specifically protects many different types of intellectual property, including trade secrets, from improper use by employees and others who may profit at the expense of the owner of the property. With regard to trade secrets, in section 3426.1(b), the California Civil Code defines misappropriation.

Breaking a lease in California with the least financial liability

Understanding California real estate laws regarding a commercial lease is important for business owners. In the event a commercial lease has to be broken, reducing the financial liabilities can be accomplished with a few significant steps. The first step is to read the lease terms and have a solid understanding of all obligations on either side regarding early termination. There should be terms directly related to early termination of the lease. Identifying those terms, such as security deposit and financial penalty, is important.

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