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Corporate transparency act & the beneficial ownership information report

The CTA aims to combat illicit financial activities, by increasing transparency in the ownership structures of companies registered in the U.S. The CTA requires the disclosure of the beneficial ownership information (BOI) of certain entities from people who own or control a company.

Finding the best car insurance in california

Discover the best car insurance in California: Navigate the complex world of auto insurance laws and make informed decisions.

Las vegas garage sales

Las Vegas Garage Sales

What does the california department of insurance do?

Learn about the California Department of Insurance and its mission of protecting Californians from unjust insurance practices.

State farm won't renew california homeowner insurance

Find out what State Farm's decision means for California homeowner insurance. Get an analysis of how it will affect your policy!

[watch video] "commercial real estate brokerage agreements: seller’s response to broker’s commission claim" by las vegas real estate attorneys

The Nevada legislature passed Senate Bill 452 in 1999 to address the problem of brokers being shortchanged on commissions in commercial real estate sales transactions at the close of escrow.

Effects on a non-compete agreement when a company splits and grants a license to the new entity

Multicare Physicians & Rehabilitation Group, P.C. v. Wong, 2006 Conn. Super. LEXIS 1351

Hostile work environments and the faragher/ellerth defense

In a landmark case, the United States Supreme Court established the standard by which an employer could be held liable under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for the creation of a hostile work environment based on sexual harassment.  By way of background, Title VII is a federal law that prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, and religion, and is applicable to employers with 15 or more employees.

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