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How the APR Changed My Future

April is Accreditation Month at PRSA. It’s a time to learn about how becoming Accredited in Public Relations can help advance your career. Discover more about earning your APR by visiting PRaccreditation.org. As co-chair of PRSA’s marketing committee for Accreditation in Public Relations, I receive many questions from peers about the credential: How does the APR make you a better communicator? How did the APR change the way you do your job? I always answer these questions with conviction and ent...
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What Type of Business Benefits From a C Corp? Watch this Webinar

Do you know what legal structure makes the most sense for you if you are about to start a business? If you don’t know, it is essential you find out because it is one of the most important decisions you will make. A webinar titled “What Business Structure is Right for You?” is going to answer some key questions and guide you so you can make the best decision when you are ready to start. So what type of business can benefit from a C Corp or an LLC or even a Sole Proprietorship. In collaboration w...
Tags: Sales, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Nevada, Oakland, Delaware, SPAC, LLC, California City, S Corporation, C Corporation, C Corp, Anita Campbell, Small Business Events, Nellie Akalp, CorpNet


Webinar on Court Jurisprudence in Tax Litigation

I was delighted to hold a webinar at the Business Consulting Academy, dedicated to the judicial practice of resolving tax disputes. The webinar focused on exemplary tax disputes and tax disputes resolved by the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court. Among the important judgments rendered by the Grand Chamber in 2020, it is necessary to note the following three: - The resolution of 7 April 2020 in case No 910/4590/19 initiated by LLC "Askop-Ukraine" => administrative courts have jurisdictio...
Tags: Taxes, Ukraine, LLC, Tax Disputes, Tax litigation, Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court, Business Consulting Academy, Salamandra Insurance Company


UFC’s Marvin Vettori and Kevin Holland took different paths to the main event

Marvin Vettori wanted nothing more than to be in Southern California, even if it meant leaving Italy behind and spending a couple nights in a McDonald’s. Kevin Holland had no choice but to leave Southern California. His grandfather told him he had to move out when he turned 18. On Saturday, the middleweights’ journeys will lead them to the Octagon in the UFC on ABC 2 matinee main event at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas. In addition to their opposing paths with the Southland, the two don’t have much i...
Tags: Texas, London, Abc, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Marvin, Italy, Holland, Ufc, Las Vegas, Pasadena, MMA, Southern California, Jacksonville Florida, Huntington Beach


Two cases alleging disability-based discrimination

This week we highlight cert petitions that ask the Supreme Court to consider, among other things, the viability of certain types of disability-based claims under three federal statutes. One petition involves the Americans with Disabilities Act. Another involves the interaction of the Affordable Care Act and the Rehabilitation Act. Because an on-the-job arm injury made it harder for her to conduct health inspections for Weld County, Colorado, Laurie Exby-Stolley requested an accommodation in the...
Tags: Featured, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, DOE, Cvs, Federal Trade Commission, Alan Walker, Freddie Mac, Walker, LLC, U S Court of Appeals, Mississippi Supreme Court, FHFA, Fannie Mae, Sasso


The iconic mansion from 'The Godfather' is back on the market at a $105 million discount. Look inside the Beverly Hills estate.

Jim Bartsch The iconic mansion seen in 1972 classic film "The Godfather" is back on the market for $89.75 million. That's a roughly $105 million discount from its $195 million asking price in 2016. In the movie, the mansion was the home of movie producer Jack Woltz, who woke up with a severed horse head in his bed after crossing the Corleone family. See more stories on Insider's business page. The historic Los Angeles mansion where the classic 1972 film "The Godfather" filmed...
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Step-By-Step Guide to Forming A Law LLC

Careers in law are considered lucrative by many people. For this reason, thousands of students enroll in academic institutions to study law at various levels. While some do it for passion, others enter into la mainly for financial gains. Normally, an individual gets employed in either the public or private sector after their studies. For maximum benefits in practice, individuals might have to break away from their employees to practice as independent attorneys. One needs to form an LLC to practi...
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UFC 260: Francis Ngannou stops Miocic, claims UFC heavyweight title

Francis Ngannou of Cameroon punches Stipe Miocic in their UFC heavyweight championship fight during the UFC 260 event at UFC APEX on March 27, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) Francis Ngannou of Cameroon reacts after his victory over Stipe Miocic in their UFC heavyweight championship fight during the UFC 260 event at UFC APEX on March 27, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) Sound The gallery will ...
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Is an LLC or Incorporating Right for You?

You have several options when it comes to establishing your business structure when you first start out. And how you go about making this decision will determine the trajectory of your business, your tax obligations, and your legal liabilities. With all those weighty matters to consider, the webinar from CorpNet titled, What Business Structure is Right for You? is the right event to answer those questions for you. On April 28, at 2 p.m. (EDT), Nellie Akalp, CEO of CorpNet.com and Anita Campbell...
Tags: Sales, Philadelphia, Nevada, Delaware, West Palm Beach, SPAC, LLC, S Corporation, Lyra, C Corporation, Anita Campbell, Small Business Events, Nellie Akalp, CorpNet, Limited Liability Company LLC, Digital Marketing Media


IPR Games: RPI; No Appeal; and Analogous Arts

CyWee Group v. Google (Fed. Cir. 2021) Google won its IPR challenge against CyWee’s U.S. Patent Nos. 8,441,438 (claims 1 & 3-5) and 8,552,978 (claims 10 & 12). On appeal, the Federal Circuit has affirmed with a short opinion by Chief Judge Prost focusing on three discrete issues: Real Party in Interest: The patentee argued that Google did not disclose all real parties in interest as required by statute 35 U.S.C. § 312(a)(2).  On appeal, the Federal Circuit held that institution stage real-party...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Navy, Samsung, AIA, Patent, Fed, Board, Bachmann, Bryson, LLC, Bachman, Federal Circuit, Prost, Matthew A Smith


Running a Business Means Keeping Good Records  

Paperwork may not be glamorous, but it just might save your business. Whether it’s because of taxes, intellectual property issues, ethical concerns, or another danger, you may find your company facing scrutiny from the legal system at some point, and if so documentation will be your best friend. Learn why you need to create good record keeping habits early in the life of your company and how you can proactively protect yourself. Keep in good standing with the state Government regulations are a...
Tags: Business, California, Management, Right Now, LLC, Business Intelligence Development, Michael Zhou, Esprittoday Business


How To File A Business Tax Extension: Forms And Tips For 2021

Each year, millions of people in the U.S. file a business tax extension form. There are many reasons business owners choose to delay filing taxes, but one of the best is that it gives them the time and opportunity to carefully review expenses and optimize their tax savings. Because filing for a tax extension is simple and straightforward, strategic business owners often file for the extension and use the added time to maximize tax benefits—even if they don’t technically need the extra time. This...
Tags: Sales, Irs, LLC, QuickBooks, Marketing Tips, Guidance and Insights, Employee Retention Credit Others


The Trumps are trying to sell a Florida home for $49 million after buying it from the former president's sister for $18 million in 2018

Former President Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump. Stan Badz/Gett Images The Trump family is looking to cash in on a beachfront home in Palm Beach, Florida. Former President Trump's sister sold the house to an LLC controlled by Eric and Donald Trump Jr. for $18.25 million in 2018. The new asking price is $49 million. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Eric Trump on Wednesday morning tweeted out a real estate listing for a luxurious beachfront home in Florida with an askin...
Tags: Florida, Real Estate, Politics, Trends, Donald Trump, Delaware, West Indies, Trump, Daily News, Eric, Palm Beach, LLC, Palm Beach Florida, Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump, South Ocean


Passing down a business? Here’s how to keep it fair for heirs

Some of our clients will tell you there was nothing more satisfying than to start and grow a successful business and see their children (and sometimes grandchildren) assume its management. In fact, multigenerational family businesses are the oldest and most common form of financial organization globally and include not just small mom and pop corner shops but also over 40% of public companies like Walmart and Samsung. We have also heard stories of family members who left the farm to “make it big”...
Tags: Business, Advice, Samsung, Walmart, Sport, Soccer, Southern California, LLC, Michelle C Herting


United States: For New Jersey LLC Members, Silence Can Have Serious Ramifications - Archer & Greiner P.C.

New Jersey's Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (NJ-RULLCA), N.J.S.A. 42:2C-1 et. seq., empowers LLC members, with limited exception, by giving them the freedom
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When Can Plaintiffs Serve Process Via Online Methods? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

This post recaps three recent decisions dealing with service of process via alternative means (e.g., email or social media). The rulings arise in different contexts so they are useful illustrations of how courts deal with alternative service under different rules. The Noco Co v. Zhe ji ang Ouingyou Electronic Commerce Co. : This is a patent infringement case brought by The Noco Company against foreign sellers who allegedly sold infringing products via Amazon’s platform. Noco sought leave to ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Texas, General, Law, California, Russia, Ukraine, United States, Ohio, Department Of Justice, Kuwait, Shenzhen, Epic Games, Chang, Legislature


How to watch UFC 258: Kamaru Usman defends his welterweight title against Gilbert Burns in a PPV match on ESPN+

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Kamaru Usman (left) won the UFC Welterweight championship in March 2019. Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Gilbert Burns will challenge Kamaru Usman for the UFC welterweight title during UFC 258 on Saturday. UFC 258's main card event costs $70 and requires an ESPN+ subscription. Prelims will start at 8 p.m. ET, and the main card is scheduled for 10 p.m. ET. See also: All your question...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Ufc, Espn, Las Vegas, Burns, Usman, LLC, Jim Miller, Kelvin Gastelum, Gabriel Green, Anthony Hernandez, Mallory Martin, Brian Kelleher, Bobby Green, Dhiego Lima


Here's a look at all the lavish properties Jeff Bezos owns across the US

Jeff Bezos. David Ryder/Getty Images Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, has amassed a massive real-estate portfolio across the US. It's unknown how Bezos' properties were divided after his divorce from MacKenzie Bezos. He recently announced that he was going to step down as CEO of Amazon to become executive chairman. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Jeff Bezos has amassed a massive real-estate portfolio across the US, from his home state of Washington to New York ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Real Estate, New York, Hollywood, Texas, Microsoft, California, Washington, New York City, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Walter Matthau, Washington Dc


Self-Directed IRAs: Save Smartly With Alternative Investments

Many well-informed retirement savers are increasingly turning to self-directed IRA (SDIRA) to seek higher returns and allow more diversification in their investment portfolio. This is because SDIRA allows investors to own assets beyond the traditional options – CDs, mutual funds, ETFs, and stocks. By investing in alternative assets, risk-willing investors can potentially earn higher returns and build a significant wealth at retirement. 1. What Is a Self-Directed IRA? A self-directed IRA is a...
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How to Start an LLC: The 7 Step Beginner’s Guide

Starting a new business is one of the best accomplishments in your life, but the time you spend worrying about personal liability or filing the right legal paperwork is time spent away from making your business great. That’s why learning how to start an LLC is a smart move. Not only do LLC’s shield your personal assets from any business liabilities, but they’re fast and easy to set up. In just 7 steps and zero lawyers required, we’ll show you how to start an LLC today. What is an LLC? LLC stan...
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What You Need to Know for 2021 Tax Filing

While it will still take a few more months into 2021 to get back to something near normal (or at least pre- 2020 normal), one thing that hasn’t changed is tax season. Although the tax deadline was pushed to July last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year, the deadline returns to April 15, which means it’s time to get organized. Here’s what you need to know about your business’s tax filings for 2021. CARES Act Tax Effects New programs and tax incentives due to the COVID-19 pandem...
Tags: Amazon, Taxes, Sales, Social Security, PPP, LLC, Amazon FBA, Avalara, DepositPhotos, C Corps, S Corps, TCJA, EIDL, Employee Retention Tax Credit ERTC, Employee Retention Tax Credit However, ERTC


UFC 257: Dustin Poirier knocks out Conor McGregor in 2nd round

In this handout image provided by the UFC, (R-L) Dustin Poirier punches Conor McGregor of Ireland in a lightweight fight during the UFC 257 event inside Etihad Arena on UFC Fight Island on January 23, 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) In this handout image provided by the UFC, (R-L) Dustin Poirier punches Conor McGregor of Ireland in a lightweight fight during the UFC 257 event inside Etihad Arena on UFC Fight Island on January 23, 202...
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Firms behind Queen Mary management and hotels in Pasadena, Anaheim and Palm Desert file for bankruptcy

More than two dozen companies associated with Urban Commons, the real estate firm that has been tasked with managing the Queen Mary and owns hotels across Southern California — including in Pasadena, Anaheim and Palm Desert — have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The voluntary petitions for bankruptcy, which were filed this week in the Delaware district of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, impact 27 subsidiaries and affiliates of Eagle Hospitality Trust, which oversees 18 U.S. properties through Urban ...
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SpaceX may have purchased 2 oil rigs off the coast of Texas that could be turned into 'floating' Starship launchpads

SpaceX/YouTube SpaceX appears to have acquired two oil rigs that it may transform into launch platforms for its forthcoming Starship rocket system, NASASpaceflight reported.  The floating "spaceports" would add to SpaceX's operations in Boca Chica, Texas, which are under a new environmental review. Launching rockets from the water should be less disruptive for nearby residents.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You may know Deimos and Phobos as the names of Mars' moons....
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Peter Thiel bought this Miami compound on an exclusive manmade island for $18 million - see inside

Peter Thiel's Miami property. Courtesy of Luxe Living Realty Tech billionaire Peter Thiel bought a miami property through an LLC in September. It was sold by former president and CEO of Ford Motor Company Jacques Nasser. The compound on Biscayne Bay's Venetian Islands comprises 2 homes that span a combined 10,041 square feet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tech billionaire Peter Thiel bought an $18 million Miami property in September, Becky Peterson at Insider repo...
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The Benefits of Making Your Blog an LLC

With today’s widespread internet usage, blogging remains a popular form of self-expression, where anyone can talk about things that pique their interest. Tumblr alone hosted roughly 500 million blogs as of April 2020, while WordPress boasts more than 200 billion monthly page views on its platform. For some people, blogging might have started out as a personal hobby. But as your online presence grows, you’ll find that more and more considerations start popping up, such as how to monetize your w...
Tags: Advertising, LLC, Blog Tips, Blog And Llc, LLC registration


Tax filing lessons courtesy of 2020

I thought I filed my 2019 business taxes on time. This week I got a belated surprise from 2020 … It's plainly obvious that 2020 was a tough year. Things got rough in most of the US around February / March. Social distancing and gathering restrictions happened very quickly and many normal business and government activities slowed, sometimes to a crawl. It started around tax time In Virginia, our governor instituted his first executive order dealing with COVID-19 on March 23rd...
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United States: Delaware M&A Quarterly - January 2021 - Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison

In AB Stable VIII LLC v. MAPS Hotels and Resorts One LLC, et al., the Delaware Court of Chancery held that the COVID-19 pandemic did not result in a Material Adverse Effect on the target because pandemics fall within the plain meaning of ...
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FTC’s Confusing Guidance on How Merchants Should Manage Their Consumer Reviews

This blog post covers an FTC closing letter. A few words about FTC closing letters if you’re not familiar with them. When the FTC staff open an investigation but then decide not to take action, staff issues a “closing letter” explaining why they didn’t act. Often, the investigated company helps to secure a closing letter by making some changes or promises to the FTC’s satisfaction. While closing letters don’t have precedential effect, they provide a window into the FTC staff’s thinking–with the ...
Tags: Law, Marketing, Yotpo, Ftc, LLC, FN, Content Regulation, Tushnet, Yotpo Ltd, Serena Viswanathan, Amy R Mudge, Randall M Shaheen, Express Gold Cash Inc


A Georgia Business Owner’s Guide to Workers’ Compensation Insurance

New business owners have many responsibilities, and purchasing the proper insurance policies is paramount for the future of the business. While other forms of business insurance are optional, most businesses legally have to carry workers’ compensation. Because state legislatures, not the federal government, sets rules and regulations for workers’ comp, it’s imperative to know your state-specific laws. Workers’ Compensation Coverage and Benefits Workers’ compensation is an insurance policy that c...
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