Table of Contents
- Pay Fees and Outstanding Invoices
- Personal Jurisdiction over Foreign Manufacturers
- Why Organize Early?
- Whistleblower Protection: Dodd-Frank and SOX
- Foreclosure Not Outrageous
- Principles of contract interpretation
- No notice of damages sought required in Washington pleadings
- Member loses right to file derivative action against LLC by filing bankruptcy petition.
- 90% Means 90% – Modifying Condominium Declaration
- Debt Purchasers Need Collection License
- False Claims Act Whistleblower
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More About PayPal
PayPal is the safer, easier way to pay and get paid online. The service allows anyone to pay in any way they prefer, including through credit cards, bank accounts, PayPal Smart Connect or account balances, without sharing financial information.
PayPal has quickly become a global leader in online payment solutions with more than 153 million accounts worldwide. Available in 190 markets and 24 currencies around the world, PayPal enables global ecommerce by making payments possible across different locations, currencies, and languages.
PayPal has received more than 20 awards for excellence from the internet industry and the business community – most recently the 2006 Webby Award for Best Financial Services Site and the 2006 Webby People’s Voice Award for Best Financial Services Site.
Located in San Jose, California, PayPal was founded in 1998 and was acquired by eBay in 2002.
eBay is a multinational public corporation that rades on NASDAQ (EBAY). In 2012 its sales exceeded $15 Billion.