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- LLC Bank Account: A Partner Committing Fraud
If someone connected to a limited liability company is engaging in fraud or fraudulent activity, it is important to consider the possible actions available to ensure the partner not connected to the illegal actions is safe. When there is suspicion of a crime, it is crucial to gather as much evidence and details as possible for a potential arrest.
- Disaster Losses and Gains for Businesses
Disaster losses occur with frequency when a natural disaster occurs in the area which affects the possible gains in profits and revenue. The potential for profit in the year is subsequently damaged to the point that the Internal Revenue Service provides tax deductions to the company for the previous year with an amended return.
- Common Legal Mistakes to Avoid in Your Business
When attempting to keep a business on track, it is essential to avoid various legal mistakes that could bring the entire company down. This means knowing what issues to avoid, how these matters should be handled and hiring a lawyer to increase the possibility of success in the legal world as well as the business realm.
- The JOBS Act and What it Means for Your Startup
The Securities and Exchange Commission has been issuing new regulations to define the details of what the JOBS Act really means. Some new rules took effect on May 16, 2016. There are several important titles to the JOBS Act.
- Doing Due Diligence: Private Investigation of Your Business Partners and Contracts
Due diligence is necessary when partners and contracts are involved in a business. This is due to certain paperwork, processes and the initial files needed to ensure the company is setup correctly, with valid processes and is legal in activity.
- What Is 506(C) Offering and What Does It Mean for Financing Your Company?
A New Day For Startups Seeking Capital
- When a Business Folds, Who Is Responsible for Its Debts and Other Obligations?
A common question among small business owners is who will be responsible for debts and other obligations if a business entity folds or reorganizes. Many things can happen in the life of a business entity, whether a corporation, LLC, partnership, or sole proprietorship, and this can lead to questions about who will be left holding the bag.
- The Fallout of Arthur Andersen and Enron on the Legal Landscape of American Accounting
It may have been a decade ago, but the fallout of the accounting scandals of the late 1990's and early 2000's continue to resonate through both of the accounting and legal professions. The largely self-regulated accounting profession has enacted numerous changes that continue to evolve in response to the scandals and pressure from government agencies and the public.
- Crowdfunding, Crowdinvesting, Kickstarter, and the JOBS Act
In 2012, the US federal government passed a bill called the JOBS act. Among its provisions was one allowing for small investments in exchange for equity in that company or project without having to go through the SEC or qualify as an investor. What is the difference between crowdinvesting and crowdfunding, what is Kickstarter, and how does it all work from a legal standpoint?
- Transfer Agents in the Going Public Process
Transfer agents play a key role in the going public process. Transfer agents are the record keeper for a company’s securities when it goes public. Share ownership is reflected on the issuer’s shareholder list. In addition, transfer agents issue and cancel certificates to reflect changes in the ownership of securities and act as an intermediary for the company and its stockholders during the going public process.