Washington Legislation Adopts New and Very Restrictive Regulations on Noncompetition Agreements in Washington
June 7, 2019
Washington employers are now subject to statutory constraints on the use of non-competition agreements…
By Natalya Belonozhko and Steve Horenstein
May 21, 2019
The Washington Legislature’s 2019 session resulted in several state tax increases to raise approximately $2.1 billion over the next four years. Here’s a summary of the tax changes.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill on April 30, 2019, updating the 2019 law that applies to subdivisions, condominiums, and cooperatives in Washington. The new law, SB 5334, will be effective on July 28, 2019, and it amends several Washington…
We were excited to see so much interest from our planner, surveyor, developer, HOA and government communities at our May 2 Washington Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act (WUCIOA) presentation! Questions were right on point, and the engaged crowd of…
Horenstein Law Group invites you to learn about the
Washington Uniform Interest Ownership Act
May 2, 2019
Vancouver Community Library, Columbia Room
7:30 – 9:00 am
To register contact Lydia at: Lydia@Horensteinlawgroup.com or 360-696-4100
New Tax Laws May Require You to Make Changes to the Way in Which Your Multi-Member LLC or Partnership Functions and Interacts with the Internal Revenue Service
Natalya Belonozhko, Cindy Horenstein and Stephen Horenstein
March 20, 2019
What do business lawyers do? If they practice at Horenstein Law Group (HLG), the answer to that question is “just about everything.”
First of all, the Vancouver and Portland business attorneys at HLG are proactive. In addition to the comprehensiv…
Many business owners are unaware of their legal obligations regarding corporate governance and the fiduciary duties and fiduciary obligations of majority shareholders.
Washington state law is explicit, defining both owner obligations and the steps co…
Each client and each case is unique. They all deserve to be considered on a case-by-case basis as to what will work best.
After a corporation is formed, it becomes a separate legal entity from the business’ owners, who are then shielded from the company’s liabilities and losses. However, the corporation must continually observe certain operating guidelines and proce…