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How to Deal with BSA Inquiry

Has your business ever received a Business Software Alliance Notice of Inquiry or Audit? Was your first thought is this a scam? Unfortunately, the letter is far from being a hoax, should definitely be given proper attention as it could lead to inevitable fines for yours and most businesses.

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– — Written by James Huber, partner at Global Legal Resources, LLP law firm. James practices law heavily the corporate space, and his team is experienced in performing BSA audits and preparing a response and negotiating settlements. Contact James Huber at [email protected].

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