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Nov 28

November 28, 2016

Important changes to Maryland REIT Law

Maryland’s General Assembly made significant changes to the Maryland General Corporation Law (the “MGCL”) and the Maryland REIT Law (the “MRL”) during the 2016 Legislative Session, including amendments relating to duties and immunities of directors and trustees. The 2016 Edition of Maryland & The District of Columbia Laws Governing Business Entities captures those changes and more. This resource is the most comprehensive collection of annotated business entity statutes available for these jurisdictions. The 2016 Edition includes the latest amendments to…
Nov 22

November 22, 2016

100+ Statutory Changes to Nevada Business Laws

The 78th Session of the Nevada Legislature enacted more than 140 statute changes in the Business Associations title and related titles. The 2016 Edition of Nevada Laws Governing Business Entities—the most comprehensive collection of annotated business entity statutes available for the state of Nevada—captures those changes and more. Changes affected several business entities, including corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships. Among the changes were: New procedures for the ratification of defective corporate acts; acknowledgment of forms of virtual communication…
Oct 27

October 27, 2016

New Colorado deskbook from CSC Publishing is a must-have for the state’s legal and business community

Free copy of the book for the first ten people who click on the link below! Corporate attorneys, in-house counsel and c-suite executives working with Colorado business entities now have a comprehensive collection of Colorado business entity statutes and case law to conduct research more effectively, complete transactions more efficiently and advise clients with confidence. This 2016 Edition of Colorado Laws Governing Business Entities includes business law statutes updated through the 2016 Legislative Session of the General Assembly, and is…
Oct 27

October 27, 2016

New annotations and full-text cases provide insight for New Jersey business law

Legal and business professionals working with New Jersey entities need a way to stay on top of the latest case law interpreting New Jersey business statutes, such as recent cases regarding taxation of foreign companies, liability insurance for LLCs, operating agreements of LLCs, and tax-deductible interest payments.  Otherwise, they risk missing key decisions that could impact how they advise a client or represent their company. CSC®Publishing’s New Jersey Laws Governing Business Entities is a comprehensive collection of annotated statutes for…
Oct 27

October 27, 2016

Changes to New York Business Law

A number of changes to business entity laws came out of the 2016 Session of New York’s General Assembly, including updates to Business Corporations Law, Limited Liability Company Law, and Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. Among the changes were these: Business Corporations Law § 630 was amended to ensure that foreign corporations are subject to this section, which stipulates that the ten largest shareholders of a corporation are liable for their employees’ unpaid wages prior to ceasing operations. Domestic corporations are already…
Sep 28

September 28, 2016

Delaware legislature makes important changes to business entity laws

Delaware’s General Assembly passed significant amendments to the state’s business laws during its 2016 session: Corporations: The 2016 statutory revisions to the DGCL address topics including the subject matter jurisdiction of the Delaware Court of Chancery, quorum and voting requirements for board committees and subcommittees, stock certificates, mergers, appraisal rights, and restoration and revival of a certificate of incorporation. Limited Partnerships: Among the provisions of the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act that have been amended are those concerning service…
Aug 19

August 19, 2016

Updated Virginia statutory collection contains changes to business entity statutes

The Virginia General Assembly enacted changes to the state’s business entity statutes in the 2016 Session, including a newly enacted article on Conversion. The just-released 2016 Edition of Virginia Laws Governing Business Entities captures those changes and more. The 2016 Edition also features selected sections from Title 8.01 concerning service of process on corporations, as well as sections from the Uniform Commercial Code dealing with investment securities and secured transactions. A year’s worth of case annotations have been added to…
Aug 1

August 1, 2016

Illinois legislature passes amendments to the State’s business entity laws

The Illinois legislature made a number of amendments to Illinois business entity laws regarding the conduct of professional activities in 2015, including the enactment of the Professional Limited Liability Company Act, which allots companies organized under this act the same rights, privileges, obligations, and restrictions as those organized under the Limited Liability Company Act, except where the Limited Liability Company Act is inconsistent with the Professional Limited Liability Company Act. (When there are inconsistencies, the Professional Limited Liability Company Act…
Jul 6

July 6, 2016

Make sure your annotated statutory collection for Massachusetts is up to date

Make sure your annotated statutory collection for Massachusetts is up to date Corporate attorneys/in-house counsel in Massachusetts, New England and around the country working with Mass. entities need a comprehensive resource that provides the latest legislative updates, case law, fees and forms for the state. The 2016 Edition of Massachusetts Laws Governing Business Entities, releasing this month, is the most comprehensive collection of annotated Massachusetts business statutes available. The 2016 Edition is updated through Chapter 82 of the 2016 Massachusetts…
Jun 13

June 13, 2016

Don’t put your company at risk: Find out if you need to qualify to do business outside your state

A Delaware company discovered last fall that it should have qualified to do business in four other states where it had been doing business since 2000. If the company had qualified in a timely fashion, it would have paid $2,709.27 over the course of the fifteen years it had been doing business in Texas, Illinois, Florida and Georgia. However, because of its original failure to qualify in those states, it was forced to remedy the situation retroactively and pay out…