Indiana Business Laws
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Businesses are regulated at both the federal and state levels. While federal laws provide a basis for employee rights, environmental protection, taxes, securities and other matters, state laws also address many of these matters and more. For instance, Indiana is one of several states that allow private citizens to bring antitrust lawsuits. Indiana also strictly prohibits false advertising and other deceptive trade practices such as automobile odometer tampering. This section covers a wide variety of business laws in the Hoosier State, including corporation laws, securities fraud, employment laws, deceptive trade practices, and more. Click on a link to learn how to find a business law attorney.
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