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SEC Sues Kik Over $100mm ICO

If you’ve been following the evolution of cryptocurrency and digital assets, then you understand (or can at least appreciate) the mass confusion that “half-in/half-out” government regulations have created. No greater is this confusion and grey area than in relation to ICOs.

An ICO is a capital-raising tool similar to an IPO […]

By |June 20th, 2019|Business Growth, Private Equity, Selling Advice|0 Comments

Trade Missions: 3 Tips to Yielding a Positive Return on Investment

Trade Missions are international trips organized by government entities or private groups for the purpose of allowing the mission’s participants (typically companies & investors) to explore foreign business opportunities. A primary trade mission benefit is that it provides a risk-free, streamlined opportunity for companies to assess and explore international business expansion and investment. By […]

By |June 20th, 2019|International Business, Selling Advice|0 Comments

New Sales Tax Laws for Online Businesses

On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court overturned the Quill Corp. v. North Dakota physical-presence standard in favor of an economic standard impacting businesses’ requirement to collect sales tax any of the states.  Previously, a state could only require a business to collect sales tax if the business had a physical presence such as an office, distribution […]

By |October 30th, 2018|Business Growth, Selling Advice, Tax|0 Comments

8 New Changes To The Illinois Limited Liability Company Act

In the spring of 2016 the Illinois House and Senate passed the HB4361, which was signed into law on July 28, 2016, by Governor Bruce Rauner. This bill, which becomes effective July 1st, brings about sweeping changes to the Illinois Limited Liability Company Act, and brings Illinois more in-line with the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act […]

Should You Register A Trademark Internationally?

While you may have trademark protection in the United States, you may not have it abroad. Protecting your trademark in the international market is important if you offer your products or services (service marks) in international forums. This helps protect and enforce your trademark in the international market place. After all, if you have worked […]

Changes to the Illinois LLC Act: What You Need to Know

When incorporating a business, many owners will structure their entity as a limited liability company, commonly known as a LLC. Limited liability companies are often less complex than other corporate entities, while offering more flexibility, favorable tax benefits and legal protection for personal assets. The Illinois LLC Act governs all limited liability companies within the […]

By |December 8th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Corporate Formation 101: Paperwork & Filing

When establishing a new business, one of the many things you’ll need to consider is how you want to structure your new entity. You may decide to incorporate, form a partnership, sole proprietorship or limited liability company. Forming a corporation means your business will operate as its own entity. If you decide to incorporate, the […]

By |December 1st, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

How to Avoid Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

You hire a contractor to complete an office space renovation, but the work is taking longer than anticipated and has surpassed the completion date outlined in your contract. Your staff is displaced, but you are still locked into the contract with the original vendor. It is time to enact the termination clause.

There are several reasons […]

By |November 23rd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Vote for Sheldon Smith for CNN Hero of the Year

Our client Sheldon Smith, founder of The Dovetail Project, has been named one of the top 10 CNN Heroes of the Year!

To vote for Sheldon, click here.

The purpose of The Dovetail Project is to give young fathers the skills and support they need to be responsible parents and positive role models in their communities.

Congratulations, Sheldon!

By |October 26th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Adjust Your Contract with a Modification Clause

Imagine you are the President of Fruit Factory LLC, and you have just entered into a contract to provide fresh produce to FoodMart Inc. The contract stipulates that the first delivery of the produced must be received by FoodMart no later than October 31st, but due to various factors you become aware that you won’t […]

By |October 14th, 2016|Litigation|0 Comments
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