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It certainly sounds fraudulent.

I assume that you mean that you have registered your dba in Florida, and/or in the particular municipality in which you are located, which offers you very little protection, if any, outside of the jur ...

You do not need a license beyond a certificate of authority. You should incorporate.  Big issue is insurance.

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C Corporations or S Corporations?

As we’ve previously discussed in these blog post, entity selection is a very important matter, one which requires a careful analysis of all relevant facts and circumstances. Choosing an ent ...

Employee Fails to Prove That Union Acted Arbitrarily or in Bad Faith When..

Recently, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania ruled in favor of an employer’s motion for summary judgment denying Plaintiff’s hybrid claim for breach ...

District Court Approves AT&T and Time Warner Merger

On June 12, 2018 the District Court for the District of Columbia released the much anticipated opinion in the AT&T and Time Warner merger case. United States v. AT&T Inc., et al., No. 17-2511 ...

Third Circuit Upholds FTC Cybersecurity Standards

The Third Circuit recently clarified the requirements for an “unfair practices” claim under §45 (a) of the Federal Trade Commission Act. FTC v. Wyndam Worldwide Corp., 799 F.3d 236 (3 ...

Supreme Court Overturns Physical Presence Rule and Requires Out-of-State…

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. overturned a longstanding precedent requiring businesses to maintain a physical presence in the state before being required to col ...

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