Monthly Archives: April 2011

What Do You Mean When You Say It’s Green?

New guidance from the FTC on eco-friendly marketing By Haeryung Shin and Stephen C. Ellis If you market products, packaging, or services that claim to be “green” or “eco-friendly” or that display green certifications or seals of approval, what should … Continue reading

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New Washington Corporation Formation Checklist

If you are forming a new corporation in Washington, you might find the below list helpful. The formation steps for forming a new Washington corporation are: 1) File Articles of Incorporation with the Washington Secretary of State to create the … Continue reading

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Gamification

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Obama Signs Bill Repealing New 1099 Requirements

The President has now signed H.R. 4, the bill repealing the new Form 1099 requirements that were part of the healthcare reform bill. Now persons in business (including individuals) will not have to issue a Form 1099 to all persons … Continue reading

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New Technology Streamlines Due Diligence And Legal Analysis

Guest Post By Ehren J. Brav, Founder and CEO of GreenLine Legal [email protected] Technology is streamlining many of the most time-consuming aspects of corporate law. This is good news both for attorneys and clients alike, freeing them to focus more … Continue reading

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