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Crowdfunding Has Arrived! What This Actually Means for Startups…

[Link: Crowdfunding: What Is It? Who Will Use It? Is It Worth the Hype? – LXBN] The “crowdfunding exemption” is one of the most talked-about provisions of President Obama’s new Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. In short, the exemption allows startups and smaller issuers to raise funds through social media via small contributions from many individuals… Read more »

NRLB Targets Non-Union Employees: What’s an Employer to Do?

“The National Labor Relations Board’s (‘NLRB’) aggressive campaign to educate non-union employees about their rights under the National Labor Relations Act (‘NLRA’) is in full swing. In addition to the mandatory notice posting requirement that will go into effect for all employers on April 30, the NLRB recently announced its plan to launch a new… Read more »

Lawyer: Asking for Facebook Password in Hiring Process Might Violate the Federal Stored Communications Act [Video]

The web is abuzz with news (and fairly unanimous outrage) that some employers are asking job candidates for their Facebook passwords, as a way to do proper due diligence on the folks they’re hiring. Make what you will of the practice, personally, there are certainly legal implications to it. Here’s a quick video analysis on… Read more »