Ventura County Corporate Compliance Lawyer
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At Ridley Legal, we are able to assist business clients with protecting their owners, directors, executive officers, and the corporation itself from the risk of criminal and civil liability. If businesses don't adhere to the many state and federal legal compliance regulations, they can face criminal charges and civil penalties. We can help you initiate a corporate compliance program and advise your company on how to adhere to these policies, as well as providing processes and training that help protect you should regulators come knocking on your door.
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At Ridley Legal, we have extensive experience working with public and private companies ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. We can help you by reviewing your company's processes and revising and designing current policies and procedures that can help you maintain full corporate compliance. We can also take a look at the internal controls of your company and make sure that you are protected. Finally, we can also create training and procedures to help you communicate these rules to all of your employees, and monitor their activities to ensure they don't put your company at risk. Any reviews or risk analysis we do for you is confidential, and we can help you create a reasonable, affordable timeline to make any recommended changes. The goal is to give you visibility into the risks you have, and find affordable, efficient ways to remove that risk and give you peace of mind. Often, addressing risk also increases efficiency and profitability as well.
It is essential that you keep well-organized minutes for all meetings in order to maintain corporate compliance and achieve maximum protection for your personal assets. Our firm can review your current corporate books, or simply advise you how to maintain your minutes and corporate records to maximize protection and achieve compliance with state and federal record-keeping regulations.
We are also available to help if you need assistance drafting, or organizing corporate documents. Your corporate documents are the backbone of your company, and direct how conflicts, sales, and other issues should be handled within your corporate framework. The construction of your corporate documents can be an asset or a risk and should be written carefully and updated and reviewed often. We can help you.
All corporate entities have various state and federal filings that must be completed pursuant to a specific timetable. For example, California corporations must file an annual Statement of Information. If you file this document even one day late, there is a $250 penalty. It is important to track these various deadlines, and make sure the filings are accurate and timely. The California Secretary of State, as well as other government agencies regularly reject filings due to name issues, omissions, misstatements, errors, or other problems with the proposed filings that are submitted to the office. If the government rejects your filing, it is considered invalid and penalties attach. To avoid this risk, we recommend you hire a professional attorney to assist you in filing documents so you can make sure that they are correctly completed and submitted on time.
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