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Miami Partners move receives extensive coverage in the press: Global Banking & Finance Review, Florida Record, Daily Business Review and SunSentinel

News February 03, 2017
On January 1, 2017, prominent international litigation/white collar lawyers Ignacio Alvarez and Carlos Gonzalez joined Rimon’s Miami office as Partners. Ignacio M. Alvarez concentrates his practice on internal corporate investigations, corporate governance and compliance, civil litigation, regulatory matters, and political

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Client Alert: Confidentiality Clauses Can Cost You: SEC Issuing Fines for Inconsistency with Dodd-Frank Whistle Blower Protection Rules

Insight November 14, 2016
Recent SEC enforcements mean it’s time to reconsider the risks of including overbroad confidentiality clauses in employment agreements and other business documents of registrants (e.g., public companies, mutual funds, investment advisors, transfer agencies and broker dealers).  The 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer

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Client Alert: California Restricts Employment Agreements Containing Out-of-State Choice of Law and Venue Provisions

Insight Thomas M. White Thomas M. White · November 11, 2016

A new statute and several new restrictions on certain California employment agreements that may affect enterprises' operations.

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How to Maintain Corporations and LLCs

Insight Michael Moradzadeh Michael Moradzadeh · March 19, 2010

Forming an LLC or a corporation is an important first step to achieving tax benefits and protection from liability.  In order to preserve these important benefits, however,  it is very important that your company is maintained properly. Otherwise, you run the risk that the separate nature of your company will be ignored by the IRS or a court of law.   While there is no substitution for the sound advice of experienced counsel, a few simple steps will help ensure that you reap the benefits of your LLC or corporation for as long as they exist. The minimum requirements for maintaining corporations and LLCs is that they must:  1) maintain adequate capitalization; 2) keep clean financial and legal records; and 3) be treated as separate and distinct from its owners.

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