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CTA Declared Unconstitutional in Alabama – but Washingtonians Still Must Comply

CTA Declared Unconstitutional in Alabama – but Washingtonians Still Must Comply

On Friday, March 1, 2024, a federal district court declared the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) unconstitutional, in an action brought by an individual and the National Federation of Small Business.  The court concluded that the CTA, in its current incarnation, exceeded Congress’s authority and could not be constitutionally justified under either the power to regulate foreign affairs or interstate commerce. 
PRK Livengood Announces Promotion of Erin Albanese to Partner

PRK Livengood Announces Promotion of Erin Albanese to Partner

PRK Livengood is proud to announce the promotion of Erin Albanese to Partner. This promotion reflects the firm's commitment to excellence and its recognition of Albanese's extensive contributions and expertise in various areas of law.
Corporate Transparency Act – FAQ

Corporate Transparency Act – FAQ

Updated November 30, 2023 The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) is an anti-money laundering statute passed by the United States Congress...
New Version of Form I-9 Required Effective November 1, 2023

New Version of Form I-9 Required Effective November 1, 2023

Effective November 1, 2023 a new Form I-9 containing an edition date of 08/01/2023 must be used by all employers.  After October 31, 2023, the Form I-9 version dated October 19, 2019 may no longer be used.
Navigating the New Capital Gains Tax Landscape: Insights from PRK Livengood

Navigating the New Capital Gains Tax Landscape: Insights from PRK Livengood

Washington’s New Capital Gains Tax Recently, the Washington Supreme Court upheld a new capital gains tax, sparking discussions, debates, and...
Overview of Washington State Capital Gains Tax

Overview of Washington State Capital Gains Tax

Governor Inslee signed Washington’s new capital gains tax into law on May 4, 2021. It becomes effective January 1, 2022 for capital gains on or after that date.
Employers Beware: New Non-Compete Statute Takes Effect January 1, 2020

Employers Beware: New Non-Compete Statute Takes Effect January 1, 2020

Washington recently joined other states by restricting the use of non-competition agreements for employees and independent contractors. The new law, Chapter 49.62 RCW, takes effect on January 1, 2020 and affects both new non-competition agreements and existing agreements.

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