OSHA Expands Reporting & Exemptions in 2015

By Roger W. Hood | In a new rule published this month that will take effect on January 1, 2015, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) […]

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Sorry, Unpopular Bosses: You Can’t Force Employees To Be Your Facebook “Friends”

By Megan St. Ledger | Employers have an interest in investigating job applicants, and in many industries, criminal background checks and/or drugs tests are a common […]

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Pay Day USA: Are You Unintentionally Violating FLSA?

By Gregory W. McIntosh | In today’s fast-driven world where work time and personal time often blur into one, companies face a wealth of employment law […]

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Take the Money and Run: Business Plan is Blueprint for Success

By Tyler T. Ray | As I was driving to Bryant University last month to judge six finalists in Bryant’s New Venture Competition, Steve Miller came […]

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The Perils of Disruptive Technology: Clash of Courts, Consumers and Content

TV and Internet remain fascinating business sectors. Mostly because the legal fights tend to center on content-providers refusing to give consumers precisely what they want. Take […]

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You Can’t Copyright That: Pharaoh Did It First

By Megan St. Ledger | Copyright law protects “original works of authorship,” including pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works” which include two- and three-dimensional works of fine, graphic, and applied art.

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