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News and Articles About Legal Issues
Foie Gras Is Now Legal Again in California
A federal judge overturned the ban on the controversial delicacy, creating beef with animal-rights activists.
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What to Consider When Deciding Between Forming a Sole Proprietorship or LLC
Our legal expert Lori Hoberman discusses the pros and cons of the two different business entities.
Regulation Jiu-Jitsu: How These Two Ladies Made an Illegal Business Legal
Co-founders Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand knew that opening a cat cafe in New York City was going to violate regulations. That didn't stop them.
3 Key Agreements Every Family Business Needs in Writing
Sadly, family businesses are not immune to the disputes that afflict every business. Putting agreements in writing can save the family, as well as the business.
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Have a Burning Business Question? Ask the Expert: Lori Hoberman.
Our expert this month is a lawyer, and she is looking to take your questions on entity formation, employee compensation, funding and more.
News and trends
Uber Hits Roadblocks in Taiwan, China
Questions have been raised about the licensing standards for Uber drivers in Taiwan and the Chinese mainland mega city of Chongqing.
Unilever Drops Mayonnaise Suit Against Startup Hampton Creek
The case alleged false advertising and unfair competition related to its Just Mayo product.
Google Looks to Head Off U.S. Antitrust Lawsuit Over Android
The lawsuit comes as the Internet search company faces increased regulatory pressure from European authorities.
Ban on Cuban Cigars Goes Up in a Puff of Smoke
A new policy by President Obama means that importing up to $100 worth of Cuban tobacco products will be legal.
Seattle Artist Says She Lost Millions of Dollars, Sues 'Angry Birds' Maker
A U.S. judge approved the lawsuit, which claims that an artist was cheated out of possibly millions of dollars from the sale of the brand's pet toys she designed.
Apple Wins Digital Music Antitrust Trial
A U.S. jury decided the company did not act improperly when it restricted music purchases for iPod users to Apple's iTunes digital store.
Google, YouTube Sued Over a Video-Streaming Patent
A German technology company is arguing that Google is infringing on one of its patents.
Harvard Professor Wages War Against Chinese Restaurant Over Outdated Menu
Business professor Benjamin Edelman notified 'the applicable authorities' after he was reportedly overcharged $4 on an order.
Congress Expected to Reboot Internet Tax Issues in 2015
We will wait until next year for any conclusive action on a tangle of Internet tax issues, including online access taxes and online state sales taxes.
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