Withers attorneys have a long history of representing entrepreneurs and their emerging companies as well as advising multi-generational families and their established businesses throughout California. We provide comprehensive legal advice on many of the issues successful individuals and their families face, including domestic and cross-border wealth planning, tax planning and charitable giving, immigration and other matters. In addition, as an experienced advisor to growth companies, we can offer practical and strategic guidance on all aspects of founding a new business venture.
Our lawyers based in San Francisco and our other California locations work closely with our other US and international offices to provide integrated, real-time advice to meet the complex and diverse needs of our California clients.
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Intellectual Property (2 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Withers Bergman LLP on Martindale.com
A Brief Guide to Employing Staff
Melissa Paz, October 6, 2015
Engaging staff for the first time can seem daunting. This guide highlights the main points that you need to take into account. It is not, however, intended to be comprehensive and, in particular, there may be international issues to consider. You should therefore seek further advice, as required.
Asian Family Offices as Cornerstone LPs
Matthew Egerton-Warburton, September 30, 2015
Over the past two decades a substantial amount of private wealth has been created in Asia. There are now a large number of newly wealthy individuals and families in Asia grappling with the problem of maintaining and growing excess capital.
Calls for Charities to pay for their Own Regulation
Alison Paines,Chris Priestley, September 24, 2015
A recent research study into the trust and confidence in the Charity Commission conducted by Populus has found that the public is in favour of charities contributing to the costs of regulation by the Charity Commission.