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Showing 6 posts from August 2015.

Regulation A+ Gives a Powerful Tool to Small Companies

The JOBS Act of 2012 was meant to loosen the regulations regarding private equity, opening up new classes of investors and freeing entities seeking new investment from solicitation rules put in place before color television existed. Many commentators have criticized the Securities and Exchange Commission for the years and months that have passed without regulations to implement the law. On the other hand, the SEC may have been practicing a deliberate gradualness that will only serve to strengthen the regulations when they do take effect, and Regulation A+, finalized in March, may be proof of that. More >

Managing tax liabilities: work an experienced legal counsel

For businesses, managing tax liabilities is an important ongoing task and businesses often go to great lengths to situate themselves so as to minimize their tax obligations. One of the challenges in tax planning, though, is that it isn’t always clear when a company may be doing the correct thing from a legal standpoint, or exactly what options a business has with respect to managing tax liabilities. Tax law, as is well known, is not always clear cut. More >

Address businesses liabilities with sound compliance, experienced litigation counsel

One of the points we mention fairly frequently on this blog is that proactive regulatory compliance is critical for businesses. One reason for this is that the costs for failing to comply with federal laws and regulations can be significant. More >

Businesses receive greater clarity on obligations under federal law

For businesses, navigating compliance with federal and state law is not always an easy task. Aside from the sheer amount of regulation, there is also the fact that the law is not always clear about what a business’s obligations really are. More >

Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples After Obergefell

Many areas of the law are left unanswered by Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell , but the fundamental question of whether same-sex individuals can marry has now been answered. There have traditionally been many obstacles LGBT individuals face when it comes to estate planning and taxes, but those obstacles have been cleared a great deal by the Obergefell decision. Married same-sex couples now have access to new tools concerning estate and tax planning that will help them benefit in the same ways that only heterosexual marriages have until now. More >

Anheuser-Busch to sell distributorship in compliance with Kentucky law

The business world and the legal world intersect at many different points, and it is important for business owners to not only keep track of their legal obligations, but also to pay attention to how changes in the law impact their business. This is especially the case when laws directly impact a business’ bottom line. More >

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