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Best Practices for Transitioning to the Virtual Workplace

Over the past few months, most businesses have been forced to adapt the way they operate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A common adaptation has been to move toward a virtual business – for both services and employees. This transition brings a host of new concerns related to cybersecurity and the protection of client, employee, and organization information. More >

An ADA Compliant Website Has Never Been More Important

Now, more than ever, a business’s website is its storefront. This was the emerging trend even before the public health and safety of our country required Americans to stay home. And shop from home. And conduct business from home. More >

FTC Issues Guidance for Merger Investigations

In early August, the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") released guidance on best practices for merger investigations. This is the first major update for such guidance since 2006 and the publication of "Reforms to the Merger Review Process." The new guidance addresses mechanisms by which merging entities can smoothly effectuate an FTC merger investigation in three key areas: Early Voluntary Submission of Information, Effective Use of Withdraw and Refile, and Negotiating the Second Request. More >

Does Your Business Use Surcharges?

On January 27, 2013, it became legal for retailers to impose a surcharge on consumers using a credit card at their business. The surcharge was a key provision in a settlement stemming from a class action suit brought by several retailers against credit card companies. The permissible surcharge amount depends on how much is paid by the merchant in processing fees, but can range from 1.5 to 4% of the purchase price. More >

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