While you and your employees are working remotely is a good time to work on some of those long-term projects you’ve been putting off—both personal and business. It may help your business emerge from this crisis in fighting shape.
After analyzing the federal regulations, case law, and Iowa law, the Iowa Supreme Court determined there was no conflict between federal and local law here and, in fact, the federal laws contemplated that local rules could be more restrictive than FAA Part 77 regulations.
You are the CEO of a mid-size company. As you are going about your day, minding your business, you get a call from your security department. It’s a call you really didn’t want. Security has detected suspicious file movements and wants your directions about what to do next. You have likely suffered a data breach. […]
It seems like someone is in the news for getting into trouble on social media almost daily. Many companies have adopted social media policies as part of their employment policies to help guide their employees’ behavior and prevent embarrassing mishaps. If you are considering a social media policy, here are some things to think over and include.
Texting can be a great, fast, easy way to communicate with your customers. But do you know what you need to do to protect your business from legal issues while you text?
The SEC has announced that it has adopted final rules (PDF) for crowdfunding, but that 1) the forms for registering as a crowdfunding portal are not effective until January 29, 2016; and 2) the implementing regulations do not go into effect until May 16, 2016, 180 days after they were published in the Federal Register.
In March, Congress passed the controversial Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act), Public Law 112-106, and President Obama signed the bill into law on April 5, 2012. The Act is designed to stimulate job creation (and, by extension, the economy) by helping emerging companies get better access to capital. This post explores some of the changes to crowdfunding brought about by the Act and what you might consider in deciding whether crowdfunding is right for your business.
You want to send a newsletter to your customers, or you are interested in doing some direct mailing, or you want to start your own email marketing list for your current and prospective customers. You have vague ideas that some things are allowed and others will get you into trouble, but you aren’t sure with whom or why. What to do?