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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to End International Operations

While the USCIS says it's just trying to save the federal government money, critics say the move will slow down an already-overburdened immigration system. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts –

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Business formation and operations guided by new moral standards

There is a history of corporate scandal and misdeeds in the country, including in Oregon. When such events come to the public eye, legislative reform often follows. Witness the rash of new legislation to accompany the real estate bust in … Continue reading

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Danske Bank Closes Operations in Russia and Baltics After Estonia Orders Its Closure

On February 19, 2019, Estonian Financial Supervision Authority (the Estonian FSA) gave Danske Bank 20 days to submit an action plan to close its local branch within eight months.  In December, Estonian authorities detained 10 former Danske Bank employees on … Continue reading

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Your commercial operations could face zoning complaints

Owning commercial property in Florida can be lucrative for many reasons. Some individuals may invest in the property and lease it to other companies, or the property owners may conduct business operations of their own on that property. Either way, … Continue reading

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Interesting early data about the early operations of Ohio's medical marijuana program

Though Ohio enacted its medical marijuana law, HB 523, way back in June 2016, the state took quite some time getting its rules and regulations and licenses in place to make the program operational. But starting about a month ago, … Continue reading

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