By Lawrence J. Sheh, Elizabeth O. Manchester, Brian J. Reilly, and Madeline M. Ursini Beginning on January 1, 2024, the vast majority of new and existing business entities will become subject to beneficial ownership information reporting requirements under the Corporate Transparency Act and its related rules and regulations (collectively, the “CTA”). The CTA requires certain...

By Elizabeth O. Manchester and Lawrence J. Sheh Overview Donors with ownership interests in privately held companies (i.e., limited liability companies, corporations, partnerships) have the ability to utilize the interest to make a charitable gift. This strategy becomes particularly useful and relevant when Donor is selling his or her business to a third party. Donors...

By Madeline Ursini and Brian J. Reilly The Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (“BEA”) conducts a benchmark survey on foreign direct investment every 5 years. The BE-12 survey is the BEA’s most comprehensive survey and produces statistics on the scale and effects of foreign-owned business activities in the United States. The most recent...

By Madeline Ursini, Brian J. Reilly and Lawrence J. Sheh In 2021, as part of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020, Congress enacted the Corporate Transparency Act in an effort to prevent and combat illicit activities such as money laundering, terrorist financing, corruption, and tax fraud. In furtherance of this goal, beginning on January 1,...

On October 24, 2022, the City of Cambridge, Massachusetts amended its zoning code to abolish all minimum parking requirements. Previously, the Cambridge regulation required all new multi-family residential developments to have at least one off-street parking space per unit. The Cambridge City Council’s amendment eliminated this requirement for all multi-family developments comprised of more than...

On December 9, 2020, the Small Business Administration (the “SBA”) released Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Loans FAQ #53, which provides additional information regarding the Loan Necessity Questionnaires (SBA Forms 3509 or 3510) that will be required for all PPP borrowers that, together with their affiliates, received loans of $2 million or more. The SBA is requiring that these...

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