Firm Name


Also found in: Legal.
The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Firm Name

 

in the USSR, the name used to individualize a legal entity (juristic person) engaged in economic activity. The name, which appears in the charter of the entity, must reflect the entity’s activity and supervising governmental body. The firm name may incorporate a special or abbreviated name, for example, Vesna, Detskii Mir, or ZIL. An organization is entitled to use its firm name in its normal business dealings and to display the name in advertisements and on signs, business forms, and bills.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Searching for establishments by firm name has advantages and disadvantages for researchers.
Sometimes a lengthy firm name is shortened to the first two names, occasionally to one name and, in at least one case, a single letter.
Of the 54 domain names containing components of the firm name, 24 also included some variation of cpa.
Michael Vaughan to the firm name in 2000, according to state records.<br />"It's been a good run," Bender said.<br />Bender is the vice president of The Missouri Bar and is slated to lead the organization starting in 2019.
A lawyer practicing under his own firm name cannot advertise as part of an "association" of individual law firms that market under the association's name across the country, according to the Bar's Standing Committee on Advertising.
Firm name, logo and contact information may be imprinted on the brochure's back panel.
Please include the firm name and the name and e-mail address of the person who completed the survey.
* Item 13: The information requested includes the preparer's signature, date, centralized authorization file number or preparer tax identification number, firm name, address, employer identification number and phone number.
Klemow said he chose his firm name as a play on paralegal, inviting potential clients to avoid paralegals and instead get a lawyer through "PowerLegal." He added that the term was not meant to infer his services were better than those of other attorneys but were superior to unsupervised paralegals.
Members can imprint their firm name, logo and contact information on the back panel.