Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) emergency temporary standard (ETS) protecting healthcare workers from Covid-19 goes into effect on July 6, 2021. A copy of the final draft is available here. The ETS focuses on healthcare workers most likely to have contact with someone infected with the virus. This includes employees in hospitals, nursing homes, […]
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StockX’s Website TOU Cannot Compel Arbitration of California Plaintiffs’ Class Action
Starting a Business – Do it Right or Pay a Premium to Clean it Up
Optimism and enthusiasm runs high when entrepreneurs decide to start a business. But equally important is building a solid legal foundation to build your business.
Is Your Company’s Website a Copyright Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?
A Michigan business was recently sued for copyright infringement; What your company can do to avoid this mistake.
U.S. Small Businesses Targeted by Cybercriminals
Business owners are increasingly targeted by cyber-criminals. We discuss recommendations for protecting your business.
Designing Your Business Website – Don’t Forget Legal Issues
Legal errors may lead to lawsuits, which can cost a company money and its ethical reputation. Below are some of the common online legal mistakes businesses should be on the lookout for. Having an online presence for your business is critical in today’s advanced technological world. In his article published on Plorez Lab on July […]
Protecting the Value of Your Online Reviews
Businesses desperate to maintain positive online reviews may resort to suing authors of negative postings. But such lawsuits may not have a factual or legal basis or even be the best response. So how should a business owner respond to an online review? Read on for suggestions.