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Businesses are frequently required to adopt – or want to adopt – a different name than the one used for formation. This assumed name, otherwise known as “doing business as”, is a popular option often accompanied by legal requirements that vary by state. In this on-demand webinar, CT’s expert attorney reviews the key aspect of assumed names so attendees are well informed about the process and how to navigate it successfully.Some of what attendees will learn:
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Meet our expert:
Alex Halow, Esq. —Regional AttorneyAlex has been a member of CT’s Precedent Department since 2015. He tracks legislation affecting corporations, LLCs, and other business entities, and helps maintain a national database of business entity filing requirements. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BA '91) and Cornell Law School (JD '95). Before joining CT he practiced immigration law, and earlier in his career worked in bankruptcy and commercial litigation. He is also a trained mediator.
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