EASE OF ESTA VISA WAIVER PROGRAM QUESTIONED AFTER WAKE OF PARIS ATTACKS

The November 13th, 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris have spurred the U.S. Government to re-examine the ease of access into the United States through the Visa Waiver Program. This evaluation has been predominantly due to concerns that a terrorist with nationality from a VWP partner country could..

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Protect your business and form a Florida Limited Liability Company

If you want to open a new business or your business is functioning without any business structure, you must organize or incorporate your business.   Forming a Florida Limited Liability Company (the so called LLC) cultivates the benefits you seek in protecting your personal assets, gaining potential..

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What Type of Entity Should Your New Company Be

by Camilo Espinosa | September 1, 2015 | Business Law | 0 Comments

One of the main issues that startups encounter when forming their business is determining what type of entity would best suit their company. There are so many and they all sound confusing! But don’t fret because this will clear everything out.

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Key to a Successful Start-Up

by Camilo Espinosa | August 18, 2015 | Business Law | 0 Comments

Starting a business is not an easy thing to do. It’s actually quite frightening to take a leap into the unknown while hoping that you land on your feet and ready to run. But to be certain, it is much better to leap with all the tools and equipment necessary to combat all the unforeseeable forces..

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Elective Share: A possibility for the surviving spouse when dissatisfied with the provisions of the decedents estate plan

by Camilo Espinosa | August 10, 2013 | Business Law | 0 Comments

Let's say you have been married with your spouse for many years and you feel it is safe to assume that your spouse will leave you as the beneficiary of everything he/she owns to you at their time of passing. You, of course, trust your spouse, and are pretty confident that as the surviving spouse..

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Spanish companies move to South Florida to alleviate the effects of the economic crisis

Spanish secretary of State for Commerce, Jaime García-Legaz, has indicated recently that the rate in which Spanish companies establish branches in Miami is continuously growing and over time there have been more small and medium companies launching in South Florida successfully. Establishing a..

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Spain Approves New Law to Spur Entrepreneurial Activity and Investment

The objective of the recently approved law is to stimulate the creation of jobs in new companies, or those which are growing, and offer even more juridical protections for entrepreneurs. The law incorporates into the Spanish legal system a series of measures aimed to modernize and facilitate..

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Colombian Consumers Demand Genuine Products; US-Colombia FTA Penalizes Piracy

We recently spoke to an online-based video game distributor in Medellin Colombia who explained his fight against pirated versions of games he sells. In his hometown there is a district known for its black-market shops infamously called “El Hueco”, The Hole. For years Colombians were able to find..

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Colombian Energy Export Prospects

Colombia’s growing economy will demand more energy and electricity solutions for powering rural parts of the country.  According to a US Department of Commerce report, the Colombian government is promoting the use of renewable energy resources in order to reach isolated areas of Colombia.  An..

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Spanish Investment in Colombia

Colombia is playing an important role in the internationalization of Spanish companies. Colombia is an ideal platform for companies interested on expanding because it has existing free trade agreements with most countries in the region and with the United States. The country has also signed a..

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