Corporate Law

Navigate corporate law complexities. Ensure compliance, sound governance, and risk management for sustainable growth in the business landscape.

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    Corporate Law

    When, Why and How You Should Stand Up for Yourself

    Too many of us are guilty of neglecting to stand up or ourselves. We don't want to cause a fuss, or we're afraid of creating conflict. However, sometimes the conflict already exists, and someone needs to push back against it. Other times, you could end up bottling something up until it all comes out at once. It could lead to a bigger problem than if you had stood up for yourself in the first place.

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    Corporate Law,  Management,  News

    How Iceland is Closing the Gender Pay Gap

    A law took effect in Iceland on January 1, 2018, mandating women and men receive equal pay for equal work in business concerns employing more than 25 people. Of course, Iceland has long been recognized as a world leader in gender equality. Women must hold nearly half the Icelandic corporate board seats by law. Moreover, women hold some 41.5 percent of the island nation’s managerial positions.

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    Corporate Law,  Health Literacy

    How to Get a License For a Home Healthcare Business

    If you’re looking to start a venture that allows you to help people and have a positive impact on their lives, then it just might be that the at home healthcare business is for you. The great news is that this is the best time to start one as the pandemic is keeping people out of their doctor’s office and stuck at home. Home healthcare is among the largest growing industries in the world right now.

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    Corporate Law,  Finance

    Reasons You’ll Need a Bankruptcy Lawyer

    “Bankruptcy” is a frightening term on its own, and filing for bankruptcy can be even more intimidating than it looks. Court statistics from September 2010 show that 1.6 million bankruptcy petitions were filed during the Great Recession. If you ever have to file for bankruptcy, you’ll need to keep quite a few things in mind regarding all the laws of bankruptcy. Being somewhat familiar with these laws yourself will likely make the process of filing for bankruptcy much easier for you. Bankruptcy laws encompass both federal and state regulations and thus can become quite complicated to understand. To this point, you’ll probably need to rely on an experienced  Chapter 7…

  • Paperwork
    Accounting,  Corporate Law,  Finance

    Which Entrepreneurs Need to Fill Out an ITIN Application?

    Many entrepreneurs aspire to start a small business in a country outside of their own. However, to start a business in the United States, you typically need a social security number (SSN) to get started. An individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN) is an alternative to an SSN for foreign entrepreneurs who may not meet the requirements to get an SSN. An ITIN will allow you to file income tax returns, start a business in the US, and apply for small business financing. You can learn more about ITIN in this Camino Financial post. Let’s take a look at who needs to fill out an ITIN application and how it can…

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    Business Tools,  Corporate Law

    Four Steps to Starting a Business in France

    Setting up your own business, no matter what it is, can be a daunting prospect. But doing this in France, where complicated bureaucratic forms in French are enough to scare off even the most determined entrepreneur, is many times more intimidating! To help you get started, here are four key elements to keep in mind when starting a business in France: 1. Find your niche When setting up a business abroad, you’ll face a number of concrete obstacles compared with local entrepreneurs. The language can present a significant barrier, not just for legal and other formal procedures (discussed in detail below), but also in terms of building business connections. To…

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    Corporate Law,  Management

    5 Things You Can Do If You Were Released from Your Job

    Being employed does not guarantee you permanent placement unless a bargaining agreement or employment contract covers you. If not, the employer can fire you at will. Your employer can release you with a valid reason, for example, if you breached company policy. This painful to a worker, knowing that they just lost their income. This is not the end of your career, so instead of panicking and stressing, you need a recovery strategy.