The right clickwrap agreement will protect your assets and business better than a standard contract; it also allows for higher profit potential. I Want One » Certain clickwrap, browserwrap and sign-in wrap agreements may soon be under legal fire. Anyone using -- or considering using...
Do you want to be held responsible for other people's intellectual property missteps? No? Then register for the DMCA Safe Harbor program at dmca.copyright.gov by December 31, 2016. People who previously registered by mail must re-register using the online system. Need help? Contact Kelly /...
Let’s take a few minutes to review the Shopify and Stripe alliance. We’ll: Go over some background info about both companies;Examine a few issues, like the prohibited businesses list; andEnd with some solutions for commonly reported merchant challenges. Shopify and Stripe At A Glance Shopify’s...
Are you trade secret reliant? If yes, take two minutes to read this post. Why? Well, federal Representatives OK’d a bill that, if fully passed, may impact your intellectual property protection strategy. Summary of Proposed Trade Secret Law: Addition Of Federal Jurisdiction Privileges Dubbed the...
Every so often, we take a minute to highlight a city or country gaining popularity in the startup community. Last time, we discussed Estonia. Today, let’s take a look at Shenzhen -- China's booming IoT haven. Where is it? A short 40km north of Hong...
Louisiana officials may have destroyed the state’s startup economy. Ok -- granted -- destroyed is a bit strong. But Louisiana’s legislators made their state unattractive to e-commerce entrepreneurs by passing Act 22 -- a.k.a. the Amazon Tax Bill. Check out these figures: In 2014, Amazon...
The FTC issued a pair of new advertising guidelines -- the Enforcement Policy Statement on Deceptively Formatted Advertisements and the Native Advertising: A Guide for Businesses. What are the chief takeaways? Will the “new rules” have a massive effect on current marketing trends? First Things...
Is your online security house in order? If not, stop what you’re doing and contact a digital security guru, pronto – especially if you collect and store customers’ personal and financial information. Why? A U.S. court recently ruled that the Federal Trade Commission can pursue...
Occasionally, aggressive business competitors may cross legal lines when elbowing their way to #1 -- and injunctions can come in handy. So, let's review a few "injunction law" basics. If you still have questions when we're done, get in touch. Real Talk: Injunctions Are Tough...
July 2015 Update: It's the law. Arizona legislators approved the measure at the beginning of the month. Arizona crowdfunding may become easier if state legislators push through a new Internet law. Currently, AZ crowdfunding regulations are strict. Because of state finance regulations, Arizona project creators...
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