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State of the Union

The place where I watched my first sunset of the New Year is called Constitution Square.

Over the past few years, benches and a pathway have sprouted. 1,661 more words


Ellen M. Leibovitch is a 2015 Finalist for Leaders in Law!

Assouline & Berlowe, P.A. is proud to announce that Boca Raton Partner Ellen M. Leibovitch has been nominated for the 2015 Leaders in Law Award in Labor and Employment Law.  359 more words

Business Litigation

BigLaw Hiring Stats: Good News for BC

Yesterday, the National Law Journal published its annual list of the “Go-To Law Schools.” Unlike many other publications, NLJ uses only one piece of data to order its rankings – percentage of the graduating class heading to a job with one of the 250 largest law firms in the U.S. 311 more words

Student Life

Felony Franks reopens in Chicago suburb after sign dispute leads to closing of city operation

By: Martha Neil

The creator of the Misdemeanor Wiener, the Italian Job and the Parolish is back in business again. The fast-food business, that is.  Discouraged by a sign dispute from operating–and employing convicted felons as workers–at its former location at Jackson Boulevard and Western Avenue in Chicago, the hot dog joint known as Felony Franks has reopened in the upscale suburb of Oak Park, reports the Chicago Tribune (reg. 241 more words


James S. Holliday Jr., Of Counsel

Title: Counsel
Company: The Baringer Law Firm, LLC
Location: Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Distinguished Member

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Section 25102(f) – California’s “Friends and Family” Exemption

Startup founders have a lot on their plate. Between development, operation, team management, brand management, and countless other responsibilities, the last thing a founder wants to do is wade through the murky and disorienting waters of securities law. 555 more words


I have a foreign company in Australia that I wish to wind up - can I use a s 459E statutory demand to do so?

The short answer, is “No”.

Together with certain other entities, a foreign company[1] is a “Part 5.7 body” under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) ( 425 more words