|Background:||The Federal Court commands you to submit a 'Corporate Disclosures' statement*|
|Problem:||You are unsure of how to comply|
|Solution:||You follow this guide for completing 'Corporate Disclosures'|
Rule 7.1 Fed. R. Civ. P. | Disclosure Statement
"(a) WHO MUST FILE; CONTENTS. A nongovernmental corporate party must file 2 copies of a disclosure statement that:
(1) identifies any parent corporation and any publicly held corporation owning 10% or more of its stock; or (2) states that there is no such corporation."
|1||TBD case. Plaintiff's Filing (pro se). No corporate ownership. No interested persons.|
|2||Defendant's Filing (attorney). Non-Profit. No corporate ownership.|
|3||Defendant's Filing (attorney). Private. 51% 49% ownership split. Foreign ties.|
|4||Defendant's Filing (attorney). 100% ownership. Publicly held.|
|5||Defendant's Filing (attorney). 84% ownership. Nice contextual intro.|
|6||Defendant's Filing (attorney). Nice format.|
|7||Defendant's Filing (attorney). Very brief.|
|1||Replace all of the placeholder tags with real information (eg "[plfName]" becomes "John Doe").|
The 'Corporate Disclosures' document might be required in Federal Court cases of discrimination. The Court will let you know if you need to supply one; and they will set the deadline. Luckily, the document itself is very simple.