LLCs are structured as partnerships where investors (you) contribute capital where as general partners (us) manage the day to day operations of the company.
The State of Delaware does not require the names or other information about members (you) of LLC in any public documents including annual reports.
The State of Delaware does not ask for any details of members of LLCs.
A distinct court entity called the Court of Chancery determines litigation related to business matters.
According to 8 §502(a)(4) annual reports of companies only need information of directions and not members.
Delaware's Court of Chancery is concerned with the use of the court for criminal activities. Even if a potential plaintiff does not have any illicit motives, the court may not use its powers if there exists potential for untoward results (See Klamka v. OneSource Technologies, 2008 WL 5330541).
We are obligated to disclose limited information in case of an order from a court or within the United States.
Our servers are located in Switzerland and the United States. This means all user data is protected by strict Swiss privacy laws. We are obligated to disclose limited information in case of an order from a court of Switzerland.
Our platform’s infrastructure, applications, and operations have been developed to comply and align with some of the most rigorous legal and regulatory requirements in industries today, including:
◦ SOC 2, Type 2 (Security, Confidentiality, and Availability
◦ SOC 3
International Organization for Standardization (ISO), including but not limited to:
◦ ISO 27001
◦ ISO 27017
◦ ISO 27018
◦ ISO 9001
Hedonova is open to both US and non-US investors. We use a Delaware LLC structure that allows profits to be taxed in your country.