Keeping up with trends in today’s world can be challenging. It is easy to become numb to the onslaught of constantly evolving technology available, each one with a promise to revolutionize the business world. However, as we start another year around the sun, business and legal professionals are already gearing up to learn what trends can enhance their internal processes in order to uncover new sources of revenue.
In an ever-changing legal world, the very meaning of practicing law is constantly transforming. For legal teams, this means that investing in technology-based legal improvements that are both effective and cost-contained is a must. Yet, the evolution of technology-based needs has become somewhat of a double-edged sword: while it is a necessity to get ahead, it has also paved the way for increased competition amongst service providers in the same arena.
A registered agent, sometimes also referred to as an agent for service or statutory agent, is your official point of contact with the authorities. When companies incorporate a new legal entity, they designate the registered agent or registered office address on the formation documents.