By John C. Clark, Attorney at Law
Is your website a "place of public accommodation"?
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) forbids discrimination on the basis of disabilities and requires that “places of public accommodation and commercial facilities to be designed, constructed, and altered” in compliance with standards for accessibility. Since the ADA was enacted in 1991, when company and commercially based websites were mostly non-existent, the issue of whether websites constitute “places of public accommodation” and subject to ADA compliance has been in need of some definition and guidance.
Are You and Your Business Partners on the Same Page?
Whether you pass away, retire, or become disabled, a thoughtful comprehensive succession plan is vital to the survival of your business. These issues can be complicated, but with help from the Law Offices of Rusconi, Foster and Thomas, you can rest knowing the transition will be a smooth one.
The Succession Planning Team at Rusconi, Foster and Thomas has years of experience in the business litigation and business contract areas and they have some tips.
By Jeff W. Nunes, Esq. and Christen E. Gay, Associate
What's the difference between an LLC and an LP?
Limited Liability Company
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business entity that utilizes the best practices of corporations and partnerships while avoiding many of their organizational restrictions. For example, an LLC combines the limited liability feature of a corporation with the pass-through taxation of a partnership.
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