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The Legal Lowdown on Starting a Brewery or Distillery
Find out what legal hoops you'll need to jump through in your state before starting a craft alcoholic beverage business.
Obama Wants to Make More Workers Eligible for Overtime Pay
President Obama's plan would touch nearly every sector of the economy and could face legal challenges.
Two Uber Execs Reportedly Arrested in Paris
The arrests come just days after heated protests by taxi drivers in the French capital.
California Man Must Pay for Gunning Down His Neighbor's Drone
What protections do drone-weary citizens have as the gadgets increasingly fill our friendly skies?
Trademarks: The First Line of Defense Protecting Your Brand (Infographic)
From Apple to Coca-Cola to Yves Saint Laurent, a look at the big business behind those little images, symbols and words that make up a company's brand.
4 Entrepreneurs Trying to Bring Cloud Computing to Tech-Leery Law Firms
Lawyers have been the most reluctant of professions to embrace the cloud but these innovators are changing minds.
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A Business Name vs. a Trademark: Do You Know the Difference?
One gives you protection in your state only; the other gives protection in all 50.
Companies Can Now 'Test The Waters' Before Pursuing a Mini-IPO
A recently approved provision of the JOBS Act allows business to meet and share information with potential investors.
New Bill Seeks to Ban Noncompete Clauses for Low-Wage Workers
The bill aims to stop companies like Jimmy John's from forcing workers making under $15 per hour to sign contracts with non-competition clauses.
The Legal Side of Owning a Food Truck
Here are the licenses and permits you'll need to get in order to stay on the right side of the law with your mobile food business.
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Jawbone Accuses Fitbit of Stealing Confidential Company Information Via Poached Employees
Earlier this year, according to the suit, Fitbit contacted one-third of Jawbone's workforce -- several of whom downloaded sensitive documents before being hired away.
Chef Sentenced to Three Years in Jail for Spitting in Customer's Food
The New Jersey cook spat on an overly demanding customer's roll.
6 Ways to Protect Your Home in a Business Lawsuit
Don't let the memories and money you've invested in your home get taken away. Find out how to protect your home from business creditors.
Mark J. Kohler
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Raising Millions With Equity Crowdfunding Will Cost You, But How Much?
Regulation A+ promises to be a game changer for how emerging companies are funded, but mind those attorney and accountant fees.
10 Reasons your New Business will Probably Fail this Year
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