Effective September 1, 2019 (pursuant to House Bill 3609), the Texas Business and Commerce Code will be amended to provide that a corporation, LP, LLP, LLC or foreign filing entity required to file an assumed name certificate shall file with the office of the Secretary of State. Under the prior code, the assumed name certificate also had to be filed with the appropriate county clerk office. The bill’s text can be accessed here.
If you're familiar with Parasec, then you're probably already aware that we are 100% employee owned. The employee owners celebrating a work anniversary this month are incredibly instrumental to our team. Please join us in congratulating each of them. #esop #teamparasec pic.twitter.com/dAP0s98dd2
Last month, Pakistan became the 123rd member to accede to the Convention Abolishing the Requirements of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (aka the Apostille Convention). Pakistan’s accession will greatly simplify the authentication of public documents for use abroad. pic.twitter.com/q4NXRnkkM2
We always strive to ensure our customer service is the best it can be. Getting your feedback is an essential part of that. If you have a moment to share your experience with us, we'd appreciate it. Just click the link below and let us know how we're doing. g.page/r/Ce4QhaoIh0Zh… pic.twitter.com/h6CZi1CNfX
As an employee-owned company, we know our team works hard to build lasting relationships w/ our clients. One such client is Catherine N, who had this to say about our service: “The Parasec team is knowledgeable, courteous and always responsive. It doesn't matter whether...." pic.twitter.com/FtRHsffCH0