For those of you following our Transparency-is-in-Your-Future series, you already know that the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) went into effect on January 1, 2024 and now entities of

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In An RPAPL 881 Proceeding, Appellate Division Finds That A Licensor May Be Entitled To Recover Damages When Licensee Fails to Provide Proof of Sufficient Insurance[1] 

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As covered in our Transparency-is-in-Your-Future series, Congress enacted the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”), requiring certain entities that are not otherwise exempt to file information about their beneficial ownership

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Continuing our Transparency-is-in-Your-Future series, we now turn our focus to the beneficial ownership reporting requirements established in the (i) Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) and (ii) related regulations adopted

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As previously discussed here, Congress enacted the Corporate Transparency Act (the “Act”) to require certain entities to file information about its beneficial ownership with the intent to prevent and

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