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The 'creative' settlement was reached with the California Coastal Commission after Napster founder Sean Parker came under fire for hosting an over-the-top wedding that allegedly damaged sensitive Redwood forests.
Forget the features list and ease of use. There are some serious implications to consider with the companies privacy policies.
Franchisors and franchisees are divided over the veto of a California bill that would make it more difficult to terminate franchise agreements.
The saying, 'Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' just doesn't fly when dealing with trademarks.
In making vast troves of smartphone data only available to each device's owner, the FBI argues, a critical crime-solving tool has been compromised.
Here are some common terms and features that you might see in your next business agreement.
The NLRB's recent ruling has the potential to tear the franchise model apart at the seams. So, franchisors and franchisees are taking action.
The popular photo-sharing platform will no longer shut down.
Your right to write angry Yelp reviews may soon become law.
Entrepreneurs are not paperwork-sorts of people but some things just have to be written down and signed.
The image sharing site is closing down after Twitter requested it drop its trademark application.
Westfield Valley Fair Mall in California is divided between two minimum wages, each with its own set of problems.
The automobile company is reportedly installing monitoring devices in its cars to ensure drivers keep their eyes on the road.
Fast-food workers are planning a strike this week that could be the largest yet as the responsibilities of franchisors and franchisees continue to be battled in court.
Days prior to taking office, Emmanuel Macron suggested that unions should vote on certain 'exceptions' to a long-running and controversial French law.
The California Supreme Court ruled that Domino's could not be held liable as an employer in an employee's sexual harassment case.
In the latest lawsuit that attempts to define the line between independent entrepreneur and employee, the court ruled that FedEx Ground drivers are employees, not independent contractors.
If you can launch a product with limited funds, investors will take you seriously. Follow this advice to up your chances.
It's official: Burger King is buying coffee and doughnuts chain Tim Hortons for approximately $11 billion, with financing help from Warren Buffet.
The International Franchise Association claims Seattle's new minimum wage law discriminates against franchisees, and says it's all one labor union's fault.
The law grants executors precisely the same access to digital information as they would possess for comparable physical documents.
Some advice for franchisees on how to decide whether a trip to your franchise's home turf makes sense.
New California legislation makes it more difficult for franchisors to terminate franchise agreements and easier for franchisees to sell their locations.
When it comes to these issues, the best policy is to avoid the risks.