The Colorado Public Utilities Commission posted a notice for motor carriers regarding modified rules effective May 15. Modifications include but are not limited to rules affecting: vehicle registry; hours-of-service; age of vehicles; vehicle inspection criteria; vehicle inspection forms; driver medical
The 2019 Edition of CSCPublishing’s Washington Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated contains up-to-date annotated business entity legislation, case notes, fee tables, and forms. It is a comprehensive resource for legal professionals in Washington and the surrounding region working with business
New appointment reinforces corporate trust reputation WILMINGTON, Del.—Delaware Trust, a comprehensive provider of independent corporate trust and agency services and wholly owned subsidiary of CSC, announces the appointment of Eric Mazie to its board of directors. Eric brings over 30
House Bill 43 (Chapter 9) signed by the governor and effective April 9 eliminates a requirement to submit notarized applications to the Division of Professional Regulation.
2019 Annual Report and Personal Property Tax returns were due by April 15 to remain in good standing. Two month filing extensions are available through Maryland SDAT’s online extension request system, with a due date no later than June 17.
“Just five years ago, the board of directors of a public corporation could reasonably expect that any major decision they made would be challenged in court,” writes co-author Paul Lockwood in the all new Foreword to the 2019 Edition of
New York legislators approved changes to the state’s business laws in its latest session, including amendments to the Business Corporation Law, Limited Liability Company Law and Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. Among the changes were amendments allowing business corporations to become professional
House Bill 44 (Chapter 8) signed by the governor and effective April 9 eliminates references to paper copies of professional licenses for professions administrated by the Division of Professional Regulation.
By Paul Hodnefield, Esq. The purchase-money security interest (“PMSI”) is a powerful tool that enables lenders to take priority over the holders of prior perfected security interests that cover the same collateral. Those lenders seeking to obtain a PMSI often
House Bill 170 (Chapter 251) signed by the governor March 9 and effective January 1, 2020 postponed from May 1, 2019 the effective date of 2017 legislation requiring a business to file a certificate of assumed or fictitious name in