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Foie Gras Is Now Legal Again in California
A federal judge overturned the ban on the controversial delicacy, creating beef with animal-rights activists.
FTC Takes No Action Against Yelp Following Year-Long Investigation Into Review System
Despite outcry from small-business owners, this marks the second inquiry by the FTC that has resulted in no further action, according to Yelp.
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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
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Lower Trademark Filing Fees Coming Soon
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will be charging lower filing fees starting in the middle of January.
Why Wendy's Is Suing One of Its Largest Franchisees
After a franchisee refused to remodel and update its point-of-sale system, Wendy's decided it was time to take action.
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