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New Corporate Transparency Law

New Corporate Transparency Law

The Corporate Transparency Act requires all existing “business entities” and “beneficial owners” to file a Beneficial Ownership Information Report with the U.S. Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s (FinCEN) Beneficial Ownership Secure System (“BOSS”) on...
New Illinois Business Laws

New Illinois Business Laws

With over 300 new laws taking effect January 1, 2024, some that could have a substantial impact on your business include: The Federal Corporate Transparency Act requires a business to file with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. New criminal penalties for...
Workplace Investigations

Workplace Investigations

In conducting workplace investigations of personnel situations or other events, employers or those hired to conduct the investigation walk a tightrope to avoid causing more problems and creating potential liability. With “at will” employees, those without a contract...
Fiduciary Duties

Fiduciary Duties

A fiduciary is a legal term identifying a person or entity with a special legal relationship with another, imposing an obligation that the fiduciary act in the best interests of the other, its client. Parents, trustees, guardians, advisors, counselors, caretakers,...
Inventory/Product Loss

Inventory/Product Loss

Insurance trade groups report an increasing number of loss claims arising from inventory and product loss – often employee theft. As these losses increase premiums increases will follow. Be sure that any steps taken to prevent such losses are legal, defensible,...
Disclosing a Data Breach

Disclosing a Data Breach

Suffering a data breach could be fatal to your business, but if it isn’t, don’t let your handling the breach make it so.  Federal and state laws and trade association standards provide some guidance on when, what type and to whom notices of a data breach must be...
Financial Distress

Financial Distress

When your business is faced with financial distress, there are actions you can and should take before all your lenders, creditors, landlords, customers and employees learn about the situation that may alleviate, reduce or defer the fall-out, that include:...

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