Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filing, searching and monitoring can be complicated between debtor name variation, search logic differences, and various filing procedures. But filing, searching and monitoring properly can save your firm from many problems. Getting and staying organized, paying
Staying compliant in the insurance industry presents unique challenges. The administrative burden of understanding your complete licensing needs and tracking filing due dates can be daunting and is often magnified by other business complexities. For instance, how does your company
House Bill 2998 (Chapter 597) signed by the governor July 23 and effective September 29 updates requirements for the Secretary of State to file business organization documents and removes a requirement that documents submitted for filing must be in the
Legislative Bill 145 signed by the governor March 21 and effective September 7 adds to an agent’s authority the authority to execute powers of attorney required to do business with a financial institution.
Senate Bill 6395 (Chapter 214) signed by the governor and effective August 30 amends provisions related to confessions of judgment to permit a government agency in enforcement of civil or criminal law to file a subpoena in any county.
For Georgia’s legal and business professionals, understanding how courts interpret Georgia’s business laws is critical to successfully managing their companies and executing transactions. The 2019 edition of CSCPublishing’s Georgia Laws Governing Business Entities provides a comprehensive collection of case notes
House Bill 2800 (Public Act No. 578) signed by the governor August 26 and effective July 1, 2019 amended the General Not for Profit Corporation Act and the Uniform Partnership Act that the Secretary may not provide expedited services for
Annual Report / fee payments received in the Virginia Clerk’s Office by close of business on Wednesday, September 4, will not be assessed a late penalty and will be deemed on time. Rejected filings will get the date processed as
The 2019 Session of the Virginia Assembly enacted or amended more than 250 business law sections, including new articles concerning Protective Series and Ratification of Defective Corporate Actions and new sections concerning removal of directors by judicial proceeding and domestication.
House Bill 3603 signed by the governor June 10 and effective September 1 amends current law relating to derivative proceedings on behalf of for-profit corporations, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships. Senate Bill 1859 signed by the governor June 10