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February 2013 Archives

New EU laws could mean litigation for Google in future

For businesses that do business internationally it's important to know not only the domestic laws but those in other countries as well. This is perhaps one of the areas in business law where companies and businesses run into the most problems.

Could 3-D printers cause intellectual property disputes?

When 3-D printers first hit the market, consumers saw a sticker price of about $10,000 or more. But now, as the technology continues to advance and the demand for such products increases, we're not seeing that price fall to a more reasonable price that consumers are willing to pay.

Coffee shop fires barista for spiteful comments on blog

Business owners in the state of Florida are in it for the profits. Now, this may seem blunt, but it's a wholehearted truth. No one ever goes in to business just for the sake of doing it; gaining profits is always the end goal, otherwise, what's the point? And although most employers hate to have to let employees go, sometimes circumstances require a stronger stance than others.

BP to pay $4 billion in oil spill settlement

If there's any one thing that business owners enjoy the least it's having to plead their case in front of a judge when being held accountable for an accident. Such was the case for BP who, for the last three years, has been struggling to right the wrongs from the Deepwater Horizon disaster that killed 11 workers.

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