“2020 was an unexpectedly busy year for the Massachusetts courts as those courts’ personnel made genuinely heroic efforts to continue providing essential services and access to justice during a global public health crisis,” writes Massachusetts attorney Kurt Hemr…
If you plan to do business outside the jurisdiction where your entity is formed, you may need to qualify there as a “foreign” corporation. Most states have laws that require entities to qualify to legally conduct business in their state.
Illinois businesses with 100+ employees (or 50+ employees if a federal contractor) will need to include employment data with their annual reports starting January 1, 2023. The Illinois legislature enacted the amendment to the state’s Business Corporation Act to make
Business and legal professionals rely on case law to understand how judges interpret the business laws in their state. New cases can provide important insight and have the potential to impact client activity, business transactions, and disputes.
Legal and business professionals need to stay on top of new case law and legislative changes in their jurisdictions to advise clients and complete transactions. The 2021 Edition of Connecticut & Rhode Island Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated provides a
In an all-new Special Commentary to the 2021 Spring edition of CSC’s Delaware Laws Governing Business Annotated, attorneys Christopher Kelly and Daniel Rusk of Potter Anderson and Corroon LLP explore the far-reaching ramifications of the Delaware Court of Chancery’s Chancery’s
Delaware contract law frequently governs the formation, interpretation, and enforcement of high-stakes corporate and commercial agreements throughout the United States; it also underpins the nation’s predominant corporation and business entities laws.
In the midst of the COVID pandemic when many companies and organizations have needed to rely on remote meetings to conduct their affairs, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania found that an email exchange between the members of the board of
California’s state legislature enacted or amended more than 30 sections in the Corporations Code and related Codes, including new requirements for directors from underrepresented communities and updated corporate naming conventions. These changes are captured in the 2021 Edition of California
Arizona legal and business professionals now have a comprehensive resource that lets them stay on top of the latest business legislation and case law: Arizona Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated. This deskbook, published by CSC® in collaboration with legal publisher