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In Snap IPO, New Investors to Get Zero Votes, While Founders Keep Control

Founder & staff will retain 45% of stocks and 70% of deciding shares. Another stock to not waste your money on.


Employment Law

Company Had to Help Put the Boss in Jail

Prosecutors often tell a company that it must cooperate with a criminal investigation in order to avoid being charged with a crime.  The company is obligated to cooperate, even if the investigation may incriminate the company’s own senior management. 343 more words

A Practical Guide to Starting a Business

If you have a product or service that you are ready to put in the hands of consumers, you may be ready to take the step and start your own business. 860 more words

Business Dissolution

Is there a fix for short-termism?

by Cydney Posner

Much has been written about the problems associated with the prevalence of short-term thinking in corporate America.  As noted in a post from… 2,431 more words


Withholding Payments - Foreign Resident Capital Gains

New laws regarding this area of tax were released last year after considerable deliberation (this issue was initially raised in 2012). The new laws are technical and may create confusion for participants in M&A property transactions as to whether a CGT withholding obligation applies. 563 more words

Nexus Law Group

New EU directive introduced for intra-company transfers

Intra-Corporate Transfers (ICTs) are employees transferred across Europe within the same corporate group ( year permit for trainees and 3 year for employees -not renewable and after which the employees must stay at least 6 months outside EU)); for these, the highly-skilled migrants benefits won’t apply anymore.