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Online Privacy Law: Twitter Grindr Ad Platform Suspension

Twitter Swiped Left on Grindr’s Privacy Policy

Twitter suspend Grindr from its ad platform over possible GDPR violations. Learn about the situation and figure out if your brand is at risk for being booted.

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Mobile Tax Law: Venmo Tax Implications

If Your Business Uses Venmo, Read This Now

Are you using Venmo as a payment option for your business. Do you reimburse employees via Venmo? If yes, do you know about the tax implications of doing that?

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Blockchain Law: Illinois Smart Contracts Law

Illinois Now Recognizes Blockchain Contracts

Illinois has a new smart contract / blockchain records law. Click through to learn what it is and what you need to know. Blockchain lawyer breaks it down.

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Tax Law: Opportunity Zone Updates

Opportunity Zone Updates Expand Program

The Opportunity Zone program is a government-developed tax shelter for high-net-worth individuals. Is the program right for you?

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Startup law: 5 tips for smartly setting up your startup

5 Legal Considerations for Every Illinois Startup

Launching a startup in Illinois? Here are five legal things you must consider. Our team helps Illinois startups businesses start on the right legal foot.

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Is California About to Kill the Gig Economy?

California legislators waved through Assembly Bill 5, which they hope will protect workers from businesses that try to classify employees as contractors.

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Influencer Marketing: Legal Considerations

The majority of brands now work with social media influencers to promote products. But many of those companies aren't legally covering themselves.

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Paying Quarterly Taxes The Right Way

Self-employed people and freelancers must take charge of their taxes and pay the Internal Revenue Service quarterly. Jump in to learn how.

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Amazon Wins $1.5 Billion Tax Battle with IRS

The Internal Revenue Service and Amazon.com have been entangled in a tax law case for over a decade, and a judge just ruled in favor of the online retailer.

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