We’ve made it to the last few days of 2020. Many people have been eagerly waiting for this momentous calendar shift, as it’s been an extremely challenging year.
Before ringing in the new year, let’s take a small detour into our blog’s top reads of 2020 that may help you have a strong start in 2021!
An especially useful resource this year, Teri Mayor identifies key points to keep in mind when filing documents online.
Karen Redman and Milo Qin discuss what is available on the public record in China and how it differs from U.S. due diligence requests.
UCC Assignment and Federal USPTO Assignment: One Word, Two Meanings
Despina Shields takes a deep dive into the differences between UCC assignment filings and IP assignments with the U.S. Patents and Trademark Office.
Ron Barrett covers the most common recurring questions from nonprofit organizations, as related to state charitable solicitation registration and fundraising requirements.
Colleen DeVries tackles the most common appointment terms and pricing structures for process agents, based on transaction types.
Melissa Luizzi explores Georgia’s localized approach to UCC filing, which is different than most other states.
Farzana Khaleda explores formation and reporting requirements for PBLLCs, an entity type now available in Delaware, Maryland, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Utah.
Thank you to Pia Angelikis, Ron Barrett, Krystal Beckner, Genesis Castellanos, John Celatka, Colleen DeVries, Bruce Gallo, Andy Hackett, Joan Helwig, Heather Jefferson, Farzana Khaleda, Angela Lucia, Melissa Luizzi, Teri Mayor, Milo Qin, Karen Redman, Despina Shields, Pushkala Sivaramakrishnan, Mark Thomas and Toya White for contributing their insight and expertise to the COGENCY GLOBAL blog in 2020.
What are the hot topics on your horizon for 2021? Let us know in the comments below.
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