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Driving without insurance in Ontario – Consequences and Options

Driving without insurance in Ontario – Consequences and Options

Check the Box

Businesses have the option of telling the IRS how they want to be taxed by the “Check-the-Box,” or “Select-the-Box” method.

Business Entities

This article will provide an overview of the basic business structures, including non-entity and entity structures of business, and how a business lawyer can help with the decision-making process.

Keep These 5 Considerations in Mind When Choosing Your Business Structure

A critical decision you will have to make early in the life of your business is determining its legal structure. The structure you choose will have implications for nearly every aspect of your business, from taxation to liability.

Graffiti Art - New York

A federal judge in Brooklyn, New York, awarded statutory damages of $6.7 million to 21 graffiti artists in a suit that contended a building owner violated federal law when he painted over their artwork

Graffiti Art - New York

A federal judge in Brooklyn, New York, awarded statutory damages of $6.7 million to 21 graffiti artists in a suit that contended a building owner violated federal law when he painted over their artwork

Graffiti Art - New York

A federal judge in Brooklyn, New York, awarded statutory damages of $6.7 million to 21 graffiti artists in a suit that contended a building owner violated federal law when he painted over their artwork

Whistleblower Cases Filed Against Corporate Thieves Should be Encouraged, Not Prevented

Baseless civil lawsuits should be dismissed. They clog up the court system and take resources away from legal claims that have genuine merit. The challenge is separating those that are filed with little or no foundation and those that deserve the court’s attention. This includes whistleblower cases filed by those trying to stop fraud against government entities. Whether a case goes forward should be based on the facts and law, not politics, but a recent Department of Justice (DOJ) memo indicates that may become part of the equation.

Small Business Account Receivables

Considerations in collecting receivables.

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