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Today, most companies use social media marketing as a part of their marketing efforts to establish an online presence and disseminate information about their products and services. However, not all businesses realize that, in most situations, social media marketing activities should be compliant with federal regulations.
Simple Dangers of Misclassifying Independent Contractors and Employees in Florida that You May Be Missing
There is nothing wrong with an employer hiring someone as an independent contractor to do work. However, an employer cannot expect certain things of an independent contractor. The independent contractor gets to work on his or her own time. An employee is expected to work a set number of hours each day, starting at a certain time and finishing at a certain time on a routine basis.
Hear from our Tampa Intellectual Property attorneys on the most important insights for protecting your company’s valuable property.
Learn about your rights on how to proceed with social media taking down your videos.
Unfortunately, many people who apply for trademarks are not successful. Have you received notice from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) that the office has refused your trademark registration application? Or, are you hoping to apply for a trademark without the help of a lawyer?
The murder of George Floyd and the consequential social injustice civil unrest that followed have caused many businesses to evaluate whether or not they will speak up during these tumultuous times. In this post, we dive into how the value of your company’s trademark(s) can be devalued during these times and the importance of speaking up against social injustices that plague our communities.
Our Tampa Immigration lawyers help you navigate the ups and downs of immigration law through articles and resources relevant to Immigration policies and updates in the Tampa Bay Area.
Are you a foreign entrepreneur who plays an active role in a start-up in the U.S.? If so, you may now qualify for permission to stay and work in the United States under the newly revived International Entrepreneur Rule (IER).
pplying for an E-2 visa to the United States can be a great option. E-2 visas allow immigrants from treaty countries to apply for a visa after investing substantial capital in a U.S. business. However, if you are applying for an E-2 immigration visa, it is essential that you qualify for a visa.
Beginning the business immigration journey can be daunting – there are many questions that entrepreneurs have when moving to a new country, including which type of U.S. Visa is right for them. If you are one of these entrepreneurs, this post is for you.