Lawsuits and legal action are a fact of life for businesses and organizations, which means having to deal with service of process. What is service of process? But, what exactly is service of process (SOP)? In a strict legal definition,
GEORGIA House Bill 694 (Act 288) signed by the governor May 7 and effective July 1 requires tax parcel identification numbers to be included on documents recorded by the DeKalb County Superior Court clerk. Senate Bill 156 signed by the
Know the basics of Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) searching and filing, but need a deeper understanding of purchase money security interests, fixture filings, and portfolio management? Then join us for a deeper look into more complex issues that can trip
The 2019 Franchise Tax filing deadline of June 30, 2019 has been extended to July 31, 2019. Entities that do not file by July 31st will be subject to penalties and interest commencing August 1, 2019.
Growing organizations need to scale their tools and methods for handling service of process (SOP). A staggering number of organizations don’t learn this lesson until it’s too late, and they usually learn in one of the most expensive ways possible—default
House Bill 251 (Act 2019-304) signed by the governor May 29 and effective retroactive to January 1, 2019 amends certain provisions relating to partnerships including LLPs and their dissolution.
By Paul Hodnefield, Esq. Secured parties are generally solely responsible for providing the correct debtor name when filing a UCC financing statement. Failure to conduct thorough debtor name due diligence may inadvertently lead to filing under an incorrect debtor name,
If you’re like most, figuring out which licenses and permits you need while keeping up with renewals can cause serious stress. Instead of wasting countless hours of frustration searching the web, contacting local authorities, and manually tracking license renewals, join
The Secretary of State posted a reminder to business entities of the annual report renewal deadline of Monday, June 3 for profit and nonprofit corporations. A substantial late-filing penalty will be assessed, and may not be waived, on all reports
What Can Happen if You Operate a Business without a License In order to operate a business, there are many requirements, such as registering with the state, paying taxes and obtaining a business license. In the case of business licenses,