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Florida Business Violates Visa Program

Florida Business Violates Visa Program

IncSmart Florida (Small Business and Startups) - Florida business pays $65,000 for violating the American Visa program.  The fines are imposed by the United States Department of Labor.  The fine include backpay for employees, and a civil penalty from the Labor Department.   

A horse training company in Ocala, has several wage and hour violations on H-2B Visa workers.  There is a total of 42 employees which the company was fine.  H-2B Visas are not for immigration, but are for temporary non agricultural work in the United States.  They advertised for 40  hours a week but were made to work 48, and they were paid below what the company had advertised.  
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New FAA Regulations in Nevada

New FAA Regulations in Nevada

New FAA Regulations in Nevada

Restricting Drone Flights in Las Vegas

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - New FAA regulations are restricting drone flights in Las Vegas Nevada.  The new FAA regulations restrict airspace in 90% of the Las Vegas valley.  Most people living in Las Vegas however live in the restricted airspace which has angered recreational flyers.  Recreation drone flyers will be required to fly drones in a small park southwest of the city named Bennet RC Airfield.  The new rules are intended to make the airspace above the city safer.  
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North Carolina Sues Juul

North Carolina Sues Juul

North Carolina Sues Juul Lab Inc

Lawsuit to End Advertising to Children

IncSmart North Carolina (Small Business and Startups) - North Carolina sues Juul Lab Inc.  The Attorney General says e-cigarette maker targets teenagers.  The marketing has been claimed not only to be reckless but illegal.  North Carolina accuses Juul, the nations largest e-cigarette company with over 75% of the market, of causing addiction by downplaying the effects of nicotine on the body.  The Attorney General wants to prevent an entire generation of people from becoming addicted to nicotine.  
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Florida Business on Cuba Travel Restrictions

Florida Business on Cuba Travel Restrictions

Florida Business on Cuba Travel Restrictions

Florida Claims Settlement Commission

IncSmart Florida (Small Business and Startups) - Florida business may see slowdown Cuba travel restrictions.  President Trump announced new restrictions limiting non family travel to the communist nation, and to tighten the economic embargo.  Trump is making it illegal to conduct business in Cuba.  Airlines and Cruise Lines will be most impacted by the new restrictions.  Port Miami and Port of Everglades in Fr. Lauderdale are two of the busiest ports in the world.
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Nevada and the Terrorism Safety Act

Nevada and the Terrorism Safety Act

Nevada and the Terrorism Safety Act

 MGM Resorts Legal Defense

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Nevada and the Terrorism Safety Act.  The Safety Act limits a companies liability from a terrorist attack if it developed or deployed security technologies or services certified by the Department of Homeland Security.  MGM is the first company to use the Safety Act after the attack on America on 9/11.  The Safety Act limits and can eliminate a companies liability from a terrorist attack.   The Department of Homeland Security is responsible of the certification.  Certification can take longer than a year.  DHS has yet to act on the decision to call the attack in Las Vegas, a terrorist attack.  
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Purdue Indiana Online

Purdue Indiana Online

Purdue Indiana Online

Concord Law School Celebrates 20 Years

IncSmart Indiana (Small Business and Startups) - Purdue University Online.  Concord Law School is America's first online law school is celebrating 20 years.  Concord joined Purdue University Global in April 2018, and can know enroll students in all 50 states of America.  Purdue Global is nonprofit university.  It provides affordable and accessible legal education that is out of reach for many students.  Concord has forever changed online law degrees.   
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E-verify for Florida Business

E-verify for Florida Business

E-verify for Florida Business

New Florida Employment Law On 2018 Ballot

IncSmart Florida (Small Business and Startups) - E-verify for Florida business is being added to the ballot box in 2018.  The proposal (P 29), that would require all employers in Florida to use the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Employment Authorization Program, known as E-Verify.  This law will determine the eligibility of new employees. The law has failed to get legislative support in past years because special interests tied to agriculture and construction made it unworkable.  If the new law passes, it would require automatic suspension of all licenses until compliance is met.  Fines could go as high as $1,000.
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Delaware Changing LLC Policies

Delaware Changing LLC Policies

Delaware Changing LLC Policies

Customer List To The Treasury Department

IncSmart Delaware (Small Business and Startups) - Delaware is changing LLC policies.  The Delaware Secretary of State has changed it's policy on it's secretive limited liability companies.  The new rule will require the state's 1.3 million business entities to be regularly compared to a federal database of terrorists and international drug traffickers. Commercial registered agents representing 50 plus business will conduct quarterly checks.  The checks be for existing clients against a federal sanctions list updated by the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Asset Control. 
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New York Legal Check Up

New York Legal Check Up

New York Legal Check Up

How An Attorney Can Help Your Business

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Is it time for your small business legal check up?  A companies greatest risk will may be something you never considered.  A legal checkup helps you identify potential liabilities.  Below are the questions an attorney can help you with.

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Equifax Grilled in District of Columbia

Equifax Grilled in District of Columbia

Equifax Grilled in District of Columbia

Equifax Breach on American Consumers

IncSmart Washington DC (Small Business and Startups) - Equifax gets grilled in District of Columbia.  The have been testifying before the House Financial Services Committee over the massive data breach, that has affected an estimated 145.5 million consumers.  This number will surely climb.  To make matters worse, Equifax has been awarded $7.5 million no bid contract with the Internal Revenue Service.  

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Will Illinois File Bankruptcy

Will Illinois File Bankruptcy

Will Illinois File Bankruptcy

Two Years With no State Budget

IncSmart Illinois (Small Business and Startups)Illinois has been operating without a budget years.  The state has been forced to conduct business under court ordered spending at the same time running up a massive deficit.  Many state programs and agencies dependent on state aid, are in danger of losing money. Schools, universities, hospitals and police are facing cutbacks due to the massive pension crisis. The bond ratings are so low, the state is unable to raise money.  Bankruptcy is being floated.
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Ohio Sues Big Pharma

Ohio Sues Big Pharma

Ohio Sues Big Pharma

Opioid Epidemic and the Risks of Painkillers

IncSmart Ohio (Small Business and Startups) - Ohio announces that drug makers violated the Ohio Corrupt Practices Act and committed Medicaid fraud by minimizing the risk of addiction.  The lawsuit is going after the five biggest prescription painkiller manufacturers including powerful drugs like Oxycontin and Percocet.  Ohio will also try and prove the evidence will also show that these companies got thousands and thousands of Ohioans addicted to opioid pain medications, and when patients can no longer afford opioids, they turn to the street and buy prescription opioids or even heroin. 

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Google Class Action California

Google Class Action California

Google Class Action California

Google AdWords Class Action Settlement

IncSmart California (Small Business and Startups) - If You Had a Google AdWords Account and Were Charged For Ad Clicks, You May Be Entitled to Money From A Class Action Settlement.  To receive a payment you must submit a claim form no later than June 21, 2017 and have had damages of at least $1.00.  The Claim Form is available online at www.AdWordsClassAction.com.  You may be a Class Member if during the period of July 11, 2004 and March 31, 2008, you: 1) were a U.S. resident; 2) had a Google AdWords Account; and, 3) were charged for clicks on advertisements appearing on parked domains or error pages.
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Michigan Sanctuary Rejection

Michigan Sanctuary Rejection

Michigan Sanctuary Rejection

Lansing No Longer Sanctuary City

IncSmart Michigan (Small Business and Startups) - Politicians in Michigan's capital city Lansing, voted unanimously last week, to join other cities in American and call itself a sanctuary city.  The word "Sanctuary City" has no legal definition.  It does however tell federal and state lawmakers that it will instruct local law authorities to hamper and ignore cooperation with the U.S. immigration officials. Local business owners stepped up against the Lansing city council.  They decried this vote fearing a an outcry unwanted attention from the Trump administration and the loss of federal funding. 

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