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Legal Issues

Cybersecurity

Wiretapping Is a Threat to Small Businesses -- Here's How to Protect Yourself

Wiretapping is serious business, and it's unwise to bank on the idea that it won't happen to you.
Legal

4 Essentials to Mitigate Fallout From a Pay-Gap Analysis

A smart approach to compensation studies will help your company attract and retain talent -- while avoiding stumbles that could punish you for trying to do the right thing.
Business Structures

3 Trigger Events That Could Make Your Current Business Structure Obsolete

It's the least-sexy thing about being an entrepreneur, but obsessing over personal liability and tax implications might mean it's time to change how you've incorporated your business.
Twitter

10 Costly Mistakes Business Leaders Make on Twitter

It isn't only what you tweet that can hurt your brand. Not capitalizing on the power of social media poses its own risks to growing your company.
Content Marketing

Overcoming Content Roadblocks in a Highly Regulated Industry

There's always room for creativity, even when it feels as if compliance requirements are boxing you in.
United Airlines

United Airlines Passenger Dragged Off Plane by Airport Employees

Brute force was used to drag a paying passenger off one of its planes on Sunday night.
Legal Advice

Planning a 'March Madness' Promotion for Your Business? Beware the NCAA's Wrath.

An intellectual property lawyer breaks down why you should think twice before using the annual tournament in your marketing or promotions.
Uber

Uber Says It Will No Longer Use Tech to Target Law Enforcement

It had a 'playbook' to thwart sting operations, according to The New York Times.
Cannabis

Luxury 'Bong' Maker Faces Unique Trademark Infringement Dilemma

How do you argue those counterfeit water pipes are illegal under trademark law when the original is illegal under federal criminal law?
Legal

What You Need to Know About New Local and State Laws for 2017

There are some big changes particularly in the worlds of business and transportation.
Chipotle

Customers Sue Chipotle Over '300-Calorie' Burrito That Was Too Good to Be True

Turns out burritos with pork sausage, cheese and rice aren't diet foods.