Madison Co. Tax Collector Sends Reminder for Property Taxes, Includes New Non-Payment Policy

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (WAFF) -Have you received a notice for your property taxes in the mail? Nearly 190,000 owners and business owners are opening them this week in Madison County. “In this office we have always sent this courtesy to let you know what the taxes will be for the year. And it’s also a good […]

Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP, a leading securities fraud law firm, announces an investigation into InnovAge Holding Corp. (INNV) on behalf of investors

LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP (“GPM”), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, today announced it has opened an investigation on behalf of InnovAge Holding Corp. (“InnovAge” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: INNV) investors regarding possible violations by the Company of federal securities laws. If you have suffered a loss on your […]

South Carolina Confederate Monument Protection Act Confirmed | South Carolina News

By JEFFREY COLLINS, Associated Press COLUMBIA, SC (AP) – The South Carolina Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that state law prohibiting anyone from moving a Confederate monument or changing the historic name of a street or building without l he authorization of the Legislative Assembly is legal. But in the same decision, the judges overturned […]

EBRPD challenges fire agency efforts to dictate forest fire management policy

The vegetation around the Brazilian Room in Tilden Park may look appealing, but it violates the fire code due to the lack of 100 feet of defensible space required around all structures. Credit: Nick Marnell / Bay City News This story was originally published by the Bay City News Foundation. A dispute over fire regulations […]

ITWireTV Interview: Nicholas Stewart, Expert at Dowson Turco Lawyers, Explains Why Business and IT Need Legal Advice

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, there are important legal issues to consider when starting a business, hiring staff as well. , data processing, intellectual property, working from home, data breaches, staff leaving and more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains. Lawyers Dowson Turco. Based […]

Apple and Google raise new concerns by removing Russian app

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) – Big tech companies that operate around the world have long promised to obey local laws and protect civil rights while doing business. But when Apple and Google capitulated to Russian demands and removed a political opposition app from their local app stores, it raised fears that two of the world’s most […]

Bouldin calls for the cleaning of the Yager road

Warren County Commissioner Carl D. Bouldin is pushing the cleanup of 4437 Yager Road and it looks like the effort will be successful. “People in my neighborhood want this cleaned up,” Bouldin said. “We are always talking about tourism and beautifying our county. Get out there and see how pretty it is. During Monday’s full […]

Business structures for startups: deciding on an entity type

When launching a startup or other business, choosing the right business structure from the start is essential. Corporate entity structures can include limited liability companies, corporations, limited partnerships and others. Determining how to register a business has important business implications. The decision can affect the amount of taxes that the entity must pay and the […]

Blizzard loses its best lawyer as federal regulators investigate video game giant

The entrance to the Activision Blizzard Inc. campus in Irvine, California. REUTERS / Mike Blake CLO Claire Hart did not leave due to SEC investigation – spokesperson Video game company criticized for workplace practices These practices include allegations of sexual harassment (Reuters) – Chief counsel for Blizzard Entertainment Inc has left the video game maker […]

NC Politics in the News – September 2021 # 3 | McGuireWoods Council

Agriculture ASSOCIATED PRESS: Judge blocks provision of NC law targeting agricultural workers’ unionU.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs this week issued a permanent injunction declaring unconstitutional a provision preventing legal agreements between workers and farms from including mandates for a farm to enter into a collective agreement. The negotiation agreements between FLOC and the North Carolina […]