Connecticut Business Laws
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No matter what kind of business you’re in, or even if you’re a consumer and your business is buying, the Nutmeg State has extensive state statutes that regulate what businesses can and can’t do. Business laws regulate everything from the structure and formation of a new business to prohibitions on price fixing, monopolies, and false advertising. Whether your Connecticut business is still at the drawing board or you’re a consumer wondering how a company’s board of directors conducts stock sales, knowing state laws on business and commerce can keep you on the right track. Select from the links below to learn more about business laws in Connecticut.
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