Aug 29

August 29, 2017

Illinois – Amendment to Professional Regulation Law

Illinois – Amendment to Professional Regulation Law

House Bill 2408 (Public Act No. 262) signed by the governor and effective August 22 amends the professional regulation law to require applicants and licensees of the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation to provide and update a valid address and email address of record.
Aug 29

August 29, 2017

CSC® Publishing adds to its jurisdiction library with new  annotated business statutes collection for Georgia

CSC® Publishing adds to its jurisdiction library with new annotated business statutes collection for Georgia

CSC® Publishing is pleased to introduce the all-new Georgia Laws Governing Business Entities. With up-to-date annotated business entity legislation for Georgia, as well as other valuable features that make legal research faster and more efficient, this all-new publication is a valuable resource for the legal and business communities in Georgia and the Southern United States. The inaugural 2017 edition includes a comprehensive collection of annotated business laws, selected Uniform Commercial Code statutes, and state-specific rules and regulations. All legislative changes made…
Aug 28

August 28, 2017

Nevada – Legislation Amends Requirements for Business Entity Initial List Filings and Series LLC’s

Nevada – Legislation Amends Requirements for Business Entity Initial List Filings and Series LLC’s

Assembly Bill 123 (Chapter 419) signed by the governor June 6 and effective October 1 amends requirements for business entity initial list filings and series LLCs.  Initial lists shall be filed by entities at the time of formation or qualification instead of the last day of the month after formation or qualification, and  an amended list may be filed without filing within 60 days of filing of the initial list.  If an LLC’s articles of organization or operating agreement authorizes…
Aug 25

August 25, 2017

Texas – Senate Bill Amends Business Organizations Code

Texas – Senate Bill Amends Business Organizations Code

Senate Bill 1518 signed by the governor May 22 and effective September 1 amends the Business Organizations Code to among other things authorizes a filing fee of $15.00 for a certificate of validation and a fee for each new filing instrument attached as an exhibit to the certificate of validation and a fee of $50.00 for nonprofit associations to file a certificate of merger or conversion regardless of whether the surviving or new nonprofit organization is a domestic or foreign…
Aug 23

August 23, 2017

Nevada enacts more than three dozen statutory changes in 2017 Legislative Session

Nevada enacts more than three dozen statutory changes in 2017 Legislative Session

Nevada’s General Assembly concluded its 79th legislative session in June 2017, enacting more than three dozen statutory changes in the Business Associations title and related titles. Those changes are now pending review by the Legislative Counsel. These latest changes to Nevada’s business entity law are captured in CSC Publishing’s Nevada Laws Governing Business Entities: 2017 Legislative Update. The acts are presented in this latest Nevada desk-book as enrolled by the Legislature, and have not yet been reviewed by the Legislative…
Aug 23

August 23, 2017

Illinois – Legislation Amends Corporate Fiduciary Act

Illinois – Legislation Amends Corporate Fiduciary Act

House Bill 1809 (Public Act No. 48) signed by the governor and effective August 11 amended the Corporate Fiduciary Act to remove the requirement that a corporate fiduciary of a bank, savings and loan association, or savings bank give notice of intent to establish a branch office to the Secretary of Financial and Professional Regulation 30 days prior to purchasing or leasing of land, building, or equipment.
Aug 22

August 22, 2017

LIVE CLE WEBINAR: Understand the Critical Distinctions in  Nevada Corporate & LLC Law

LIVE CLE WEBINAR: Understand the Critical Distinctions in Nevada Corporate & LLC Law

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017, 2:00 P.M. (ET) CLE Eligible Webinar Presented by LexisNexis®, CSC®, and Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP Nevada and Delaware are among the most popular destinations for businesses choosing to incorporate outside their home state. In this Continuing Legal Education (CLE) webinar, we will highlight some meaningful differences between the two as they relate to corporate law, as well as demonstrate how Nevada is not the “Delaware of the West.” We will discuss some of the distinctive…
Aug 21

August 21, 2017

Delaware – Settlement Reached Regarding Deceptive Business Practices

Delaware – Settlement Reached Regarding Deceptive Business Practices

The Department of Justice posted a news release regarding a settlement reached by the Consumer Protection Unit with The Mandatory Poster Agency, Inc. d/b/a Delaware Council for Corporations regarding allegations of deceptive business practices in Delaware for corporate record preparation services for $125.00. The settlement includes full restitution to 169 Delaware corporations victimized by the misleading solicitation.
Aug 18

August 18, 2017

LIVE WEBINAR: Get and Stay Compliant in Your Industry: Business License Compliance Made Easy

LIVE WEBINAR: Get and Stay Compliant in Your Industry: Business License Compliance Made Easy

Across the U.S., there are more than 160,000 local, county, municipal, township, and special district governments, each with its own business license, permit, and tax registration demands. Meeting the challenges of business compliance can mean tracking down scores of deadlines and spending your valuable hours corresponding with any number of federal, state, and regional offices. The good news is CSC® can help. Our services can simplify your compliance efforts and streamline the entire license, permit, and tax registration process—from start…
Aug 17

August 17, 2017

Maryland – Forfeiture Database Available July – September

Maryland – Forfeiture Database Available July – September

The State Department of Taxation and Assessments (SDAT) created a searchable database available from July through September to identify domestic legal entities and the reason for an upcoming forfeiture before the mailing of a final forfeiture notice in early October and eventual forfeiture in December. The reasons to appear on Potential Forfeiture Search are if SDAT record indicates a domestic legal entity has not filed a required Form 1, owes a late filing penalty or has failed to reimburse SDAT…