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All Form N-400 (Application for Naturalization) applicants, except those who reside overseas, no longer need to submit two passport-style photographs.
The Department of State’s Visa Bulletin for October 2016 provided an overview of potential visa number availability.
The Immigration-related programs extended by the bill include E-Verify, EB-5 regional centers, EB-4 non-ministerial religious workers and Conrad 3 for J-1 medical workers.
On October 8, 2016, China’s Ministry of Commerce issued interim measures further stream-lining the process for establishing companies in China and related corporate changes. Find out how this will impact companies doing business in China and future investment.
The Eighth Circuit recently held that a broad indemnification clause obligated the indemnifying party to indemnify the other party for its own misconduct. What should you do to avoid becoming an unwitting insurer?
Businesses with employees in California will be impacted by two recently-passed laws. Find out what action you can take to avoid penalties.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Bureau of Consumer Protection released a highly-anticipated report on lead generation on September 15, 2016. Read more for details.
The short answer is “yes.” Whether you are inspired by this year’s U.S. presidential debates or otherwise to host your own debate, a 501(c)(3) can engage in various election-related activities, so long as the 501(c)(3) follows certain rules so as not to jeopardize its tax-exempt status.
Avoiding Punitive Damages in Patent Infringement Cases: Staying on the Right Side of the Now-Blurred Line
The United States Supreme Court’s recent Halo Electronics v. Pulse Electronics case made it easier for a patent holder to win punitive damages in a patent infringement case.
When forming new business entities, a primary goal is to shield yourself and other stakeholders from personal liability as much as possible.