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This past Friday, a Texas federal judge granted a preliminary injunction for the State of Texas, postponing the effective date of the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule. Currently, the injunction is limited only to State of Texas employees. All other employers must still comply with the final rule which went into effect today,

Wisconsin’s marital property laws impact compliance with the Corporate Transparency Act (the “CTA”). As discussed in other Ruder Ware CTA Focus Team insights, the CTA requires a “reporting company” to report information about its “beneficial owners” to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”). The CTA defines a beneficial owner as “any individual who, directly

A crucial aspect of compliance with the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) is understanding the various due dates and obligations. A “reporting company” must meet CTA reporting deadlines to avoid potential regulatory penalties. To avoid such penalties for non-compliance, a reporting company must plan ahead to ensure there is sufficient time to conduct CTA analysis, gather

Trust stakeholders are subject to Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) obligations under specific circumstances. Under CTA, a “reporting company” must disclose information about the company and its “beneficial owners.” CTA defines a “reporting company” as any entity that is created by filing a document with a secretary of state or any similar office. A “beneficial owner”