Business Attorney,Lawyer
Written by Edward Lai

What to Look Out for to Start a Business in 2017

Starting a new business is never an easy task; there are constant changes in the corporate world that a potential business owner has to look out for. There are numerous laws and regulations for owning and operating a business on not only the federal, state and county level, but in some states at the city level as well.

So what are some of the potential changes that business owners have to look out for in 2017? Let’s take a quick look at the some of the important points:

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Business Attorney, Corporate
Written by Edward Lai

Corporate Bosses Take Blame for Employee Criminality

It might sound absurd to some, but a new bill currently being reviewed could allow corporate bosses to take the blame for the criminality of their employees. However there is an argument that this might sound unfair to some and others could argue that the boss may not be fully aware of their employees’ undertakings.

But before anyone cries foul let’s take a look at why the idea that the boss also take blame for employee criminality could actually be good. Normally when an employee commits a criminal act while employed by the company that person would usually take the blame. In fact, it would be very rare that a high level executive who is in charge of said employee would take the blame.

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Lawyer,Corporate Business
Written by Edward Lai

Articles of Incorporation and Operating Agreement Comparison

Certain types of corporate structures are required to draft legal documents that provide information about the company, such as its purpose and how it will operate. For a corporation, this legal document is the articles of incorporation. For a limited liability company (LLC), it is an operating agreement. These two documents have similarities and differences as to how each is utilized by its respective business structure.

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