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Which Businesses Need to Report Under FinCEN’s Beneficial Ownership Rule?
Which Businesses Need to Report Under FinCEN’s Beneficial Ownership Rule?

Companies that must report their beneficial ownership information to FinCEN are domestic or foreign corporations, LLCs, and other registered businesses.

Business Docs: the Must-Have Toolkit for GCs and Small Businesses Without In-House Counsel
Business Docs: the Must-Have Toolkit for GCs and Small Businesses Without In-House Counsel

For companies that have an in-house counsel, Business Docs acts as a toolkit to free up GCs’ time and allow them to focus their efforts on the most important tasks. For companies that don’t have in-house counsel, Business Docs acts as a GC-in-a-box, helping non-lawyers draft compliant legal documents in a fraction of the time.

Do You Need a California Employee Privacy Notice?
Do You Need a California Employee Privacy Notice?

The California Employee Privacy Notice is a critical document that outlines how a company manages the PI of its California-based employees, contractors, former employees, and job applicants. This notice serves as a resource for informing individuals about their rights under California law regarding their personal data.

AI in the Workplace: 5 Policy Essentials
AI in the Workplace: 5 Policy Essentials

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is here to stay. Its use in the workplace can help to streamline processes, automate repetitive tasks, and provide data-driven insights. However, its limitations and biases can be problematic. To ensure responsible AI use, companies should have a robust AI in the Workplace Policy. 

What Happens if You Don’t Report Your Beneficial Ownership Information?
What Happens if You Don’t Report Your Beneficial Ownership Information?

Companies who willfully provide false information (including a false or fraudulent identifying photograph or document) or neglect to report by the filing deadline can face a civil penalty of up to $500 for each day that the violation continues or has not been remedied. In addition, they can be fined up to $10,000 and/or face up to 2 years of imprisonment.

Exploring the Latest Ruling Impacting Employment Policy Legality
Policies
Exploring the Latest Ruling Impacting Employment Policy Legality

The National Labor Relations Board recently issued a decision in the case of Stericycle, Inc. and Teamsters Local 628. This decision brings about a notable change in the legal criteria used to determine the legality of employment policies. Are your employment policies enforceable?

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The Era of Enhanced Data Privacy: A Deep Dive into the Game-Changing Laws of 2023 and Beyond
The Era of Enhanced Data Privacy: A Deep Dive into the Game-Changing Laws of 2023 and Beyond

In 2023, four new data privacy laws have taken center stage with one more on the horizon, revolutionizing the way we protect our personal information. These laws introduce groundbreaking measures to safeguard individual rights, promote transparency, and reshape the landscape of targeted advertising.

SixFifty: The Key to Staying Compliant with a Remote Workforce
SixFifty: The Key to Staying Compliant with a Remote Workforce

With thoughtful automation, businesses of all sizes have access to world-class legal services. That means HR teams can tackle the tasks that would otherwise be handled by outside legal professionals or in-house counsel.

Guide to Managing Employee Separation Across All 50 States
Separation
Guide to Managing Employee Separation Across All 50 States

The 50-State Separation Kit will help employers navigate the various legal implications that arise when employees leave the organization, voluntarily or otherwise. Requirements vary depending on the state where the employee is located.

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