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SEC Expands Accredited Investor Rule
More investors will qualify to make investments into startups, venture companies and funds and private offerings.
Free On-Demand Webinar: How to Set the Legal Framework for Your Startup
Join Jim Gatto, partner at Sheppard Mullin, as he discusses trademarking products, protecting intellectual property and more.
Covering All the Bases: How to Set the Legal Framework for Your New Business
It's what ensures that your service or product is protected, that you're not operating illegally, and that you don't lose out if things change among your staff.
Wait and Measure? Analysing the Legal Metrology
The proposed changes in the Legal Metrology Act, 2009 to decriminalize repeated offence as a 'one-size-fits-all' remedy may be fairly improbable
U.S. Officials Seize Cryptocurrency Accounts Tied to al-Qaeda and ISIS
Agents recouped about $2 million worth of virtual currency in total.
Apple Sues Small Business With Pear Logo Because 'People Can Get Confused'
Users are furious at Apple's attitude toward the five-employee company.
Ellen, Just Apologize Already
Her silence isn't good for her business, and wouldn't be for yours either.
Telegram Is the Latest Company to File An EU Antitrust Complaint Against Apple
Big-time app developers are piling on to fight against the app store.
Immediate And Long-Term Effects Of COVID-19 Pandemic On the Law And Legal Sector
Hiring by law firms has stopped and they are looking for long-term solutions to work from home in a digitally secured environment
Visas on Hold: What's Next for International Entrepreneurs?
In the midst of the pandemic, many foreign entrepreneurs have been experiencing visa application delays. The situation is improving, but the U.S. approach to immigration could become far more punitive.
5 Most Controversial Corporate Multi-Million and Billion-Dollar Settlements
A look at some of the biggest settlements for alleged corporate crimes.
Amazon Launches Counterfeit Crimes Unit to Target Bogus Products, Sellers
The global team is dedicated to taking down fake products and the folks who sell them.
The Supreme Court's Ruling on LGBTQ+ Workplace Protections Could Help Revitalize the Entire Economy
A conversation with StartOut executive director Andres Wydler on how the landmark decision is the beginning of a new era in inclusive innovation.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Are Employees, According to California Regulator
They must ensure that their services comply with the state's new gig-worker law.
5 Strategies for Avoiding PPP Legal Blunders
The federal government has sought to relieve the burden placed upon the economy with the CARES Act, but business owners should keep careful records of how they use relief funds.