Is an out of state company "doing business" in Missouri if it has one permanent employee who works there? He works from a home office, so there is no physical office of the company - its office is in its state of incorporation (outside Missouri). If this does constitute doing business, what is the cost to have an attorney assist with all aspects of registration of the foreign corporation?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It is very likely that the company would be considerd "doing business" in MIssouri depending upon what the in-state employee actually does and despite the fact that there is no office for the company in this state. As far as the cost of registering the out-of state company, I would think that I could be of asistance for a very modest fee. Please feel free to contact me at my office for more specific information.
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