Lyft Drivers Would Be Owed Millions in Expense Reimbursements as Employees, Court Documents Show
This is the latest development in the fight for drivers of ridesharing apps to be classified as employees rather than independent contractors.
Are You Trying to Protect Your Idea -- or Sell It?
Do you really need a patent? It all depends on who you ask.
Some Apple Engineers Threaten to Quit if Forced to Break iPhone Encryption
Multiple Apple employees told the New York Times they would resist a direct order to create an encryption backdoor.
5 Ways Freelancers Can Save You Time
Save your time for the high-value work; outsource the rest.
Apple: Founding Fathers Would Be 'Appalled' by Government's iPhone Request
The company is fighting the Justice Department over encryption standards.
Converting to an S Corporation Will Save You Thousands in Taxes
Tax and legal expert Mark Kohler explains why this way of incorporating is the best, financially speaking.
FBI Director Says Apple Case May Set a Precedent for Other Devices
The remarks were a slight change to James Comey's statement last week that ordering Apple to unlock the phone was 'unlikely to be a trailblazer.'
Lawsuit Brought Against Wal-Mart Over Claims of Wood Pulp in Parmesan Cheese
A New York man is accusing the retail giant of deceptive business practices after the company's '100% Grated Parmesan Cheese' is found to contain almost 10 percent of a filler derived from wood chips.
How to Know When the Corporate Veil Is Right for You
Tax and legal expert Mark Kohler gives tips on when and how to use this method of asset protection.
Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Accused of Dishonesty in Lawsuit
Complainants allege company overcharged and falsely labeled dozens of products.
French Court Rules Facebook Can Be Sued for Censorship in Nude Painting Case
A lawsuit from a Parisian user whose account was suspended after he posted a famous nude painting may have opened the company up to further international legal action.
Drunken Exec Who Punched Uber Driver in Viral Video Is Suing the Driver for $5 Million
The former Taco Bell exec who became infamous for assaulting his driver says it isn't his fault and the driver has to pay.
Is It So Wrong That DoorDash Delivers a Delicious Double Double to My Front Door?
Here are the ins and outs of the legal battle involving fast-food burger giant In-N-Out and DoorDash, a food-delivery startup.
7 Legal Steps You Must Take Before Outsourcing Content Creation
Contracts, insurance policies, copyright issues. Yes, you need to think about all this and more to protect yourself whenever you outsource labor.
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