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Feb 2000
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February 16, 2000

Enforcement of Release Reporting Under CERCLA

The U.S. EPA recently extended the enforcement discretion discussed in a memorandum dated February 15, 2000, pertaining to certain CERCLA § 103 release reporting and the CERCLA § 101(10)(H) federal...

Jan 2000
05
January 05, 2000

Closely Held Manufacturers: Have You Selected the Right Entity?

As the owner of an existing business, you may be wondering whether you are operating in the “right” business entity form. The entity selection analysis can be a daunting task even for exp...

Jan 2000
01
January 01, 2000

Avoiding Taxes While "Trading Up"

You've occupied your old facility for many years. It's risen greatly in value, even though you've claimed so much depreciation on it over the years that it has a very low basis for tax purposes. Bu...

Jan 2000
01
January 01, 2000

Five Steps to Success in the U.S. Market

Summary Understand the U.S. market. Plan, plan, plan!Allocate sufficient resources. Build support at the home office. Hire competent U.S. management. Copies and reprints of articles are available u...

Jan 2000
01
January 01, 2000

Legal Aspects of Doing Business in the United States

SummaryRole of the LawyerDifferences in Legal SystemsAmerican Attitudes Toward the LawOverlapping Legal SystemsSpecial Features of American LawConclusionCopies and reprints of articles are availabl...

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