Our jurisdiction deskbooks offer a comprehensive scope of business entity and Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) statutes. Valued features include legislative analyses exploring the effect of new amendments, the latest case notes interpreting the law, updated fee schedules, and online access to ready-to-fill state forms.
A missed statutory amendment or an overlooked case could impact your practice. Make sure you’re working with the latest statutes, cases, forms, and fees to counsel clients and complete transactions with confidence.
The Fall 2023 edition of our New York statutory deskbook captures the latest legislative changes through Chapter 349 of the 2023 Session, including amendments to the Not-for-Profit Corporations Law and Tax Law. Blackline Amendment notes following each amended section indicate exactly how the law has changed.
This edition also includes more than 35 new case notes from New York state and federal courts interpreting the law that have been added since the Spring edition. Four new full-text cases address the latest legal developments concerning dissolution, piercing the corporate veil, and LLC bankruptcy.
New Jersey lawmakers added legislation to the state’s business entity laws allowing conversions and domestications of all entity types, including foreign and domestic corporations. The new law went into effect on November 4, 2023.
Texas has created a new system of specialty trial courts (Business Courts) to hear significant business-related disputes and a special intermediate court of appeals to hear appeals from Business Courts.
Florida’s General Assembly added or amended more than 40 sections of the state’s business entity laws during the latest legislative session, including new and revised provisions for securities issuances and transactions.
Changes to Maryland corporation law address shares issued in conversions, the prohibition of bearer certificates, annual stockholders meetings for investment companies, remote voting, termination of real estate investment trusts (REITs), and filing requirements for dissolution.
Colorado’s General Assembly added or amended more than 70 sections of the state’s business entity laws during the 2023 legislative session, including a new UCC chapter providing rules for transactions involving digital assets, including virtual currencies, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and electronic promises to pay.
Changes to Montana business law coming out of the 2023 legislative session address corporate filings, director resignations, reporting financial exploitation, and changes to the Montana corporation apportionment of multi-state businesses.
South Dakota legislators amend alter ego statutes and statutes regarding the reformation of trusts by the court, and add a new section regarding duties toward excluded fiduciaries, providing notice to beneficiaries, and the appointment of trust co-enforcers.
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