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Quarter 1, 2024: Corporate Transparency Act in Limbo

View Newsletter   Corporate Transparency Act in Limbo By: Attorney James Rayment As many business owners are now aware, in January 2024, a new Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) report is required to be submitted to the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) to remain in compliance with the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). This BOI […]

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Quarter 4, 2023: Premises Liability: Keeping Your Patrons and Company Safe During the Winter

View Newsletter   Premises Liability: Keeping Your Patrons and Company Safe During the Winter By: Shareholder Spencer C. Pittman   Winter has arrived, which means ice, snow, and slippery surfaces. Premises owner/occupants can be liable for people who trip, slip, or fall if certain corrective action is not reasonably taken. What action(s) should be taken, […]

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Quarter 3, 2023: 303 Creative LLC – Government Interference With Protected “Creative Expression”

View Newsletter   303 Creative LLC – Government Interference With Protected “Creative Expression” By: Attorney Alyssa LaCourse   A place of public accommodation generally may not deny the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and accommodations based on a person’s protected class, such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, […]

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Quarter 2, 2023: Corporate Transparency Act – Is Your Business Compliant?

Congress expressed a growing concern that bad actors are using shell or front companies to hide their identities to illicitly move money within our financial system. To combat this concern, Congress enacted the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) […]

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Quarter 1, 2023: Is My Business Misclassifying Employees as Independent Contractors?

A recent study found up to 30% of workers in America are misclassified by businesses as independent contractors. Misclassifying an employee as a contractor can have severe legal and financial consequences for a business, including $1,000 per misclassified employee, wage claims, and, in serious instances, even prison time. The U.S. Dept. […]

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