Monthly Archives: May 2022

Remote start? Keep these labor laws and tax guidelines in mind – TechCrunch

Ardy Esmaeili Donor More posts from this contributor What US startup founders need to know about the R&D tax credit when it comes In remote employment, employees and employers both face a plethora of benefits and pitfalls. Although the cultural advantages and disadvantages have been covered, the considerations from a …

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NEW PEOPLES BANKSHARES INC Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-Q)

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements We make forward looking statements in this quarterly report on Form 10-Q that are subject to risks and uncertainties. These forward looking statements include statements regarding expectations, intentions, projections and beliefs concerning our profitability, liquidity, and allowance for loan losses, interest rate sensitivity, market risk, growth …

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EY Announces Marcus Lewis of Full View as a Finalist for the 2022 Entrepreneur Of The Year® Michigan and Northwest Ohio Award

Marcus Lewis, owner of Full View Productions is a finalist for the 2022 Michigan and Northwest Ohio EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award Marcus Lewis, President of Full View Productions, pictured at the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2022 Michigan and Northwest Ohio Finalist Luncheon on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 …

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Cryptocurrency regulation in Europe enters a new phase

Until a few years ago, legally speaking, cryptocurrencies were somewhat common in many European countries. “There were no regulations,” Nicolette Kost De Sèvres, a partner at Mayer Brown in Paris, told Law.com International. “It is rare that one sees such gray areas in the legal field.” That’s about to change. …

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Race for Illinois governors: Republicans at the forum in Belleville

Kelsey Landis klandis@bnd.com Five Republican Illinois gubernatorial candidates hoping to unseat incumbent Democrat JB Pritzker voiced their opinions, policy goals and beliefs at a forum in Belleville on Saturday. Darren Bailey, Gary Rabine, Paul Schimpf, Max Solomon and Jesse Sullivan shared standard GOP positions on the Second Amendment, abortion, taxes, …

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State-run body to be merged with SRA

The state-owned company Shiv Shahi Punarvasan Prakalp, which was created to ensure that the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) quickly implements projects by supporting developers financially, could be merged into the SRA. Previously a division of the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada), Shiv Shahi was incorporated as a legal …

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SEC sues Florida firm that raised $410 million over IPO-related fraud filings

NEW YORK, May 13 (Reuters) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday sued a Florida company that allegedly raised at least $410 million by fraudulently promising investors access to private companies that might proceed to IPOs. In a civil complaint filed in Manhattan federal court, the SEC also …

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National Security and Investment Act: Cold Comfort for Office Holders | Latham & Watkins LLP

Holders of an insolvency office may require authorization when appointing an entity in a relevant sector. The National Security and Investment Act (NSI Act) came into effect in early January, and market participants could reasonably have expected that a common approach to the practice of mandatory and voluntary notifications would …

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Xiaomi Corp faces legal issues in India over business practices

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Corp faces legal headaches in India as a federal financial crime agency and tax authorities investigate its business practices. Xiaomi denies any wrongdoing. But it has recently made headlines with accusations that its leaders have been intimidated by Indian law enforcement officials, prompting public rebuttals from …

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Let It Grow: Why More Law Schools Should Teach Cannabis Law – JURIST – Commentary

Douglas A. Berman and Jana Hrdinová, executive director and administrative director, respectively, of the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center at Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, discuss their center’s recent report on courses and curriculum in drug law. cannabis in law schools across the United States. … California’s 1996 …

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GLADSTONE INVESTMENT CORPORATION MANAGEMENT REPORT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-K)

The following analysis of our financial condition and results of operations should be read in conjunction with our accompanying Consolidated Financial Statements and the notes thereto contained elsewhere in this Annual Report. Historical financial condition and results of operations and percentage relationships among any amounts in the financial statements are …

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The Doctrine and Taxes of the Alter Ego | law of the free man

What is an “alter ego”? The phrase is Latin, translating to “second me”, “another me” or “other me”. In the federal tax context, the alter ego doctrine comes into play when the IRS believes that a person or entity should be considered “one and the same entity” as the taxpayer …

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Defending the Outsider – Harvard Law Today

If life itself is our greatest teacher, then a student who can apply lived experience to classroom learning benefits from a superior education. William Greenlaw ’22 not only has these tools, but he already applies them to the law. Growing up in what he describes as a working-class Indiana family, …

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Chatham County Commission discusses fire protection service fees in virtual meeting

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WTOC) – Millions of dollars could accrue to Chatham County emergency services pending a final vote on fire charges. This only applies to owners in unincorporated Chatham County. This is the first time unincorporated residents of Chatham can comment on the proposed final plan. Most of the …

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EY Announces Binx Health’s Jeff Luber as Finalist for Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2022 New England Award | News

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 9, 2022– Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) has announced that Jeff Luber, Managing Director of binx health, has been named a finalist for the 2022 New England Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award. Entrepreneur Of The Year is one of the most competitive awards for entrepreneurs and high-growth …

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AAEC Legal Team Requests Extension of Appeal Time After Court Ruling on LVS Litigation in Chinese Only

Asian American Entertainment Corp Ltd (AAEC) has requested that an additional 30 days be granted to prepare an appeal to the District Court’s (GTJ) decision regarding its lawsuit for damages against Las Vegas Sands, on the grounds that he had not received a full sentencing decision in Portuguese. The lengthy …

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Protecting the identity of minors in court records is key to rehabilitation

Many of the fundamental principles that we hold dear are in tension with each other. Courts are often called upon to resolve such conflicts between competing values. Our Constitution and our long legal tradition require the courts to dispense justice openly and without delay. While openness is a core value …

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What is the property tax seizure process in Mecklenburg?

Many people associate the risk of foreclosure with late mortgage payments, but in Charlotte, problems with your property taxes can also put your home at risk. Mecklenburg County requires landowners to pay property tax annually on their land and “everything connected with it”. This includes homes, and those who don’t …

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UK ban on exporting professional services to Russia, Evraz plc Sanctions

On May 4, 2022, the UK government announced1 a ban on UK individuals or entities exporting certain professional services to Russia, prohibiting Russian businesses from benefiting from those services. Amendments to the UK sanctions regime have not yet been implemented and the timing of their introduction is not yet known. …

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These are the American companies that add abortion benefits

Getty Images, Illustration by Christian Zelaya/Forbes With the repeal of Roe vs. Wade on the horizon, America’s largest corporations are offering travel reimbursement and other benefits to employees in states that restrict access to abortion. This is our live tracker. by Maggie McGrath and Jena McGregor VSAmerican corporations would rather …

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Policy on Bagga’s arrest process: Why it may set a bad precedent

Process of prevailing over politics – this is at the heart of the dispute over arrest of Delhi BJP spokesperson Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga. Interstate arrests are common and require cooperation between the local police where the arrest is made and the police where the offense is believed to have …

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‘Unusually high’ state protection in governance of new National Maternity Hospital, says attorney general

The state will enjoy an “unusually high” level of protection in the governance arrangements of the new national maternity ward, the government lawyer concluded. In what was described as a key Cabinet intervention, Attorney General Paul Gallagher reportedly told ministers that the 300-year lease and the secular nature of the …

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Biden meets with labor organizer at Amazon after Senate hearing

WASHINGTON, May 5 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden met on Thursday with a labor leader who organizes workers at Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) and other worker organizers hours after the chairman of the commission of the US Senate budget Bernie Sanders criticized the online retailer during a hearing. on the company’s …

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The Legal Psychedelic Industry: Drug Capitalism | Medications

On April 19, the Hotel Fontainebleau Miami Beach hosted the inaugural Benzinga Psychedelics Capital Conference, billed as “bringing together the leaders of the LARGEST publicly traded psychedelic companies with investors from across North America.” General admission was $697, plus a $26.86 fee. Attendees were promised a “chance to be in …

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Westborough planning council gives green light to Amazon Robotics expansion

The Westborough Planning Board recently approved plans for a new facility at 54 Otis Street, next to the existing Amazon Robotics site at 50 Otis Street. (Photo/Dakota Antelman) WESTBOROUGH — A project to construct a new 100,000 square foot building next to the existing Westborough Amazon Robotics facility is progressing …

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Disney, Walmart and big business silent on High Court abortion bill

Protesters hold signs during a protest outside the US Supreme Court, after a leaked draft majority opinion authored by Justice Samuel Alito bracing for a court majority to overturn the landmark ruling Roe v. Wade on abortion rights later this year, in Washington, United States, May 3, 2022. Elizabeth Frantz …

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Various Bills That May Impact Schools Lee | News, Sports, Jobs

The Lee County School District received an update on recent state legislation this week along with a notice that there is an avalanche of legal issues with many bills passing. Ashley Stacell, a legislative consultant for Capital Strategies Consulting Inc., reviewed six bills this week that …

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Illegal sales of landfill lots in Manchester; developer considering apartments

May 2 – A Lawrence, Mass., real estate developer purchased the West Side property where an illegal dumping ground had sat for years. The transaction, which involves eight lots on Blaine, Cleveland and Third streets, took place early last month. For decades, city resident Matthew Skwozinski fought the city for …

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Novo Nordisk – announcement of major shareholders

Bagsværd, Ofnotbrand, 2 Myeah 2022 – Novo Nordisk announced today that the company has been notified by BlackRock, Inc. (Blackrock) as follows: Blackrock has held since April 25, 2022 B shares equivalent to 4.99% of the total share capital of Novo Nordisk. The aggregate of B-shares pursuant to Section 38 …

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India accuses Chinese phone maker Xiaomi of forex violations | Business and Economy News

India’s anti-money laundering agency has taken control of Xiaomi Technology India’s bank accounts, he said. India accused Xiaomi Corp. of violating the country’s foreign exchange laws and seized 55.51 billion rupees ($726 million) from a local unit of the smartphone maker, in the latest clash between India and a Chinese …

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When are book bans unconstitutional? A First Amendment scholar explains

By Erica Goldberg The United States has become a nation divided over important issues in K-12 education, including the books students should be able to read in public school. Erica Goldberg Efforts to ban books school programsremove books from libraries and keeping lists of books that some find inappropriate for …

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Express-News Honored at Texas Journalism Contest

Express-News reporters received first place for storytelling, editorial writing, and business reporting in the annual Texas Editors’ Excellence in Journalism Competition. Vincent T. Davis, author of the newspaper’s weekly San Antonio Stories column, won the coveted Michael Brick Storytelling Award for “elegant, insightful, and closely observed stories about an ordinary …

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