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Advance Formula A provision sometimes used in lines of credit as a sublimit on the maximum amount that can be borrowed. Typically, an advance formula limits the amount that can be borrowed under a line of credit to the lesser of the amount of the line or some percent of accounts receivable collateral.
Advanced Measurement Approaches (ama) One of three methods for quantifying capital required for operational risk under proposed Basel II capital rules. Banks using the Advanced Measurement Approaches must hold capital for operational risk based on a risk quantity generated by the bank's internal measurement procedures. The most common internal methods are self-assessments.
American Depository Receipt (adr) Trust receipts equal to a specific number of shares of corporate stock issued in a foreign country. ADRs are sold and traded in the United States.
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A principal in the firm's Baltimore office, Bob Doory has practiced law in the area of public finance since 1974. Bob's practice focuses on the representation of governmental units as both general obligation and conduit issuers and financial institutions as bond purchaser, underwriter, placement agent, trustee, remarketing agent and credit enhancer in all types of public finance transactions, including general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, agricultural land preservation programs, tax increme
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Joe Runge represents asset-based lenders, mezzanine lenders, financial institutions and other business creditors in a full range of transactions, policy and strategies. He currently serves as counsel to lenders with offices in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Charlotte, Atlanta and Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Runge's finance transactions routinely include: · Event-driven financing including mergers, stock and asset acquisitions, private equity and management buyouts, cash-out distributions a
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Trade Secrets

Employment Discrimination

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Anthony W. Kraus counsels and defends regional and national clients on the full spectrum of traditional labor-management matters, including contract issues, wage and hour compliance, plant closings and workforce reductions that comply with Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act notification procedures and all relevant discrimination statutes. Known for his keen ability to examine issues, Tony is a key strategist, "go to" lawyer and "think-tank" resource for both clients and co
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Trusts Wills and Estate

Charitable Giving

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George Reynolds is a member of the firm's estate planning and administration practice. He has concentrated in this area of the law for over 30 years and his experience extends to the preparation of numerous types of estate planning documents (including wills, living trusts, charitable trusts, durable general powers of attorney and advance directives for health care), the administration of estates and trusts and the development of effective estate plans for individuals and family groups. In addi
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Entity Formation - Corporations, Partnerships, LLCs, etc.

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Charles Schelberg represents a diverse array of clients in a wide range of corporate and business matters. Charlie's practice is concentrated in the representation of regional and international clients in complex business transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, financings and joint ventures. In addition, as outside general counsel he advises clients on a wide array of issues, including contract matters, commercial transactions and disputes, corporate governance, business entity formation
More than two-thirds (68.0 percent) of respondent firms that required capital to start or acquire the business used personal/family savings or other personal/family assets as a source of start-up capital (71.6 percent of employer respondent firms and 66.5 percent of nonemployer respondent firms). Other sources of capital included business loans from a bank or financial institution, reported by 10.7 percent of respondent firms (19.0 percent of employer respondent firms and 7.3 percent of nonemployer respondent firms) and credit cards, reported by 10.4 percent of respondent firms (10.5 percent of employer respondent firms and 10.3 percent of nonemployer respondent firms). Approximately one-fifth (20.8 percent) of respondent firms required no start-up capital at all (10.6 percent of employer respondent firms and 25.0 percent of nonemployer respondent firms).
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Of the respondent firms that required some source of capital to start or acquire the business, roughly 3 in 10 (30.6 percent) needed less than $5,000 for start-up capital. This included 17.5 percent of employer respondent firms and 35.8 percent of nonemployer respondent firms. Approximately 1.5 percent of respondent firms needed $1 million or more to start or acquire the business (including 2.6 percent of employer respondent firms and 1.0 percent of nonemployer respondent firms).
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Among Chinese-owned U.S. firms, 40.0 percent were in the professional, scientific, and technical services (NAICS 54) sector; the accommodation and food services (NAICS 72) sector; and the repair, maintenance, personal, and laundry services (NAICS 81) sector. Chinese-owned U.S. firms accounted for 2.2 percent of all U.S. businesses in these sectors.
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