• Posts by Michael A. Brodlieb
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    Attorney Michael Brodlieb is an accomplished litigator who advises companies and their executives in complex civil litigation and white-collar criminal matters.

    Clients turn to Michael when commercial or employment disputes ...

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Since 2018, seven states—California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, New York, Utah, and Virginia—have enacted laws requiring specific disclosures in commercial financing transactions. Three of those enactments came in 2023, and similar bills are currently pending in a handful of other states.

While these disclosure laws share the same aim—to encourage competition and provide for a more informed decision-making process—they are quite varied with respect to the transactions and institutions to which they apply as well as the information that must be disclosed. And a ...

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