The 80th legislative session in Nevada resulted in more than 125 statutory changes to the Business Associations title and related titles, including a new subchapter on insolvent LLCs and amended sections covering inspection of corporate records, intermediate form mergers, and
Senate Bill 1754 signed by the governor and effective June 22 clarifies that the form and filing of a business entity document must meet all statutory requirements and requirements set by rule in order to be filed; changes the timing
Senate Bill 4116 signed by the President and effective July 4 extends the authority for commitments under the Paycheck Protection Program until August 8 and separate amounts for other loans authorized under the Small Business Act.
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Illinois lawmakers enacted notable changes to the state’s business laws in their most recent session, including new disclosure requirements regarding the makeup of corporate boards and executive offices, and the creation of a new business entity that recognizes worker cooperatives.
Senate Bill 838 (Chapter 2020-32) signed by the governor and effective June 18 made clarifying and conforming changes to the Business Corporation Act and the Revised LLC Act. Among the changes are the Department of State may direct interrogatories to
COLORADO Senate Bill 86 signed by the governor May 13 and effective July 1, 2020 updates the Business Corporation Act and makes conforming changes to the Corporations and Associations Act including provisions governing articles of incorporation, mergers, standards of conduct
Senate Bill 6037 signed by the governor March 27 and effective June 12 enacted the Women on Corporate Boards Act requiring each public company to have a gender-diverse board of directors or comply with specific requirements no later than January
Senate Bill 54 (Act No. 50) signed by the governor and effective June 5 eliminates the requirement for the Secretary of State to record notice of administrative revocation of articles of incorporation in the clerk of court of the parish
House Bill 7010 signed by the President and effective June 5 enacted the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act to triple the time allotted for small businesses and other PPP loan recipients to spend the funds and still qualify for forgiveness