Do You Need D & O Insurance?
Directors and Officers liability insurance policies (“D & O Coverage”) are becoming both more expensive and more difficult to obtain in the post-Sarbanes-Oxley world of corporate responsibility.…Read More
Independent Contractors: Employees by Another Name?
Earlier this year, both Houses of Congress introduced the Employee Misclassification Prevention Act. This new legislation is intended to target employers who misclassify employees as independent…Read More
Electronic Transaction: Are you Covered?
As use of the internet and e-mail in business has become commonplace, so has the electronic transaction. However, entering electronic transactions has both its pros and cons. The pros are obvious…Read More
Social Liability: The Legal Dangers of Social Networking
The use of social media, such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, to market businesses creates a number of unique liability concerns. While no laws currently exist specifically regarding social media…Read More
New Gift Card Laws Take Effect
Until now, general use prepaid cards, gift certificates and store gift cards have been regulated by a diverse web of state laws. However, on August 22, 2010, new federal legislation took effect…Read More
Top Five Issues to Consider When Purchasing or Selling Real Estate
When purchasing or selling real estate, there are multiple issues you will want to consider. Many times a boilerplate agreement provided by a broker or realtor does not cover all of the issues,…Read More