Seasoned Texas attorney Byron Egan knows that selecting the right entity—and the right jurisdiction—can make all the difference in the execution and long-term success of a complex business transaction. Egan, a partner in the Dallas offices of Jackson Walker, has
The Secretary of State issued 2018 Annual Report reminders that annual reports with a 6 digit NAICS code must be filed between January 1 and March 1. Online filing is available at www.sos.ri.gov/divisions/business-portal/annual-reports. The annual report filing fee is $50.00
ARKANSAS House Bill 2044 (Act No. 727) signed by the governor March 28 and effective January 1, 2018 amends charitable registration requirements for filing with the Secretary of State. CALIFORNIA Senate Bill 2 signed by the governor and effective September
House Bill 2713 (Public Act No. 486) signed by the governor September 8 and effective January 1, 2018 amends business entity statutes to (1) establish expedited service fees under the Uniform Partnership Act; (2) prohibit a LLC from using the
House Bill 2044 (Act No. 727) signed by the governor March 28 and effective January 1, 2018 amends charitable registration requirements for filing with the Secretary of State.
The Texas Legislature made substantive changes to the state’s business entity laws in its 2017 legislative session, enacting or amending more than 75 sections, including the new subchapter on Public Benefit Corporations. These and other changes to Texas business law
Maryland’s General Assembly amended the General Corporation Law during the latest legislative session. Changes included: Establishing jurisdiction rules for adjudicating internal corporate claims; prohibiting a Maryland corporation with capital stock or a real estate investment trust (REIT) from imposing liability
Senate Bill 443 signed by the governor April 21 and effective January 1, 2018 enacts provisions of the Uniform Business Organization Code including the Model Registered Agents Act and the Model Entity Transactions Act; requires LPs and LLPs to file
The Secretary of State posted a news release that ten (10) statements of change or correction must be filed online for a fee of $10.00 compared to the $150.00 filing fee for a paper document.
For years, the CSCTransactionWatch® blog has been widely recognized as the source for the most recent statutory updates, filing office news, and UCC Article 9 resources. Now, CSC is excited to announce that the blog is expanding and has a