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eBay and Form 1099-K
Do you sell items on eBay and receive payments via credit or debit cards? If your answer is yes, the [...]
What is Sales Tax Nexus? What Business Owners Need to Know About Sales Tax Nexus
What is Sales Tax Nexus?

Failing to keep track of your sales tax nexus can lead to massive tax bills from multiple states.

E-commerce Law: Amazon anti-counterfeit initiative
E-commerce Law: Amazon Teaming Up With Governments To Stamp Out Counterfeits
Amazon.com will work closely with law enforcement in the United States and around the world on anti- [...]
Online Privacy Law: Twitter Grindr Ad Platform Suspension
Twitter Swiped Left on Grindr’s Vague Privacy Policy
Twitter suspended mobile dating app Grindr from its ad platform after the Norwegian Consumer Council [...]
Online Marketing Law: Beginner's Guide
Online Marketing Law: What Influencers and Marketers Need to Know
The Lanham Act primarily addresses trademark law, but it also forbids "false and misleading descript [...]
Online Tax Law: ebay is inappropriately charging tax on exempt items
Is eBay Imposing Illegal Sales Tax on Exempt Items?
After a new Illinois law went into effect on January 1, 2020, which requires state residents to pay [...]
FTC Defense Law: Negative Option Marketing
E-commerce Legal Alert: FTC Turning Attention towards Negative Option Marketing
The Federal Trade Commission is turning its attention, once again, towards negative option marketing [...]
FTC Marketing Law: Influencer marketing guide rules
Influencer Marketing Law: An Easy-to-Understand Guide
The Federal Trade Commission published a guide called Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers t [...]
FTC Law: Employee Online Reviews
Beauty Brand Busted for Employee Product Reviews
Can employees post product reviews? As online marketing attorneys, we hear the question a lot — bu [...]