Additional Practice Areas

These practice areas are not intended to be a complete list of the areas of law that this firm practices. Our firm also assists our clients with trademark clearance, prosecution, monitoring and enforcement; intellectual property licensing and transfers; software licensing; asset purchase agreements; business acquisitions; financial transactions; information technology agreements; website agreements (terms of use, privacy policies, warning pages, copyright policies), trade secret non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements; online and digital copyright circumvention dispute resolution, online reputation management (defamation and “revenge porn”). Even if you have a legal matter not listed in these practice areas, please feel free to contact us; we can likely assist you or locate counsel for your legal matter if it falls outside of our routine practice areas.

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Recent Additional Practice Area Articles

14Jul 15
Law Between The Sheets: Independent Contractor Or Employee?

Law Between the Sheets: Independent Contractor or Employee?

All too often, adult business operators spend so much time focusing on things such as obscenity, record-keeping and intellectual property that they neglect some important corporate issues, including taxation and employment law, which can have a tremendous impact on a business owner. Make no mistake about it, adult business operators need to be concerned with obscenity, record-keeping and intellectual property, but at the same time, they should not be forgetting about some other very important areas of corporate law. Every year around tax season, my office receives numerous telephone calls from clients (individuals and businesses) with concerns related to their own worker status or the worker status of someone providing services on their behalf. The classification of a worker as an employee or independent contractor is very important and any misclassification can create numerous issues. As you read through this article, it is essential to remember that you should always…

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20Dec 14
Mounting Breaches: Are You Paying Enough Attention To Internet Security?

Mounting Breaches: Are You Paying Enough Attention to Internet Security?

For those of you who haven’t been paying attention to the news, there is an epidemic in the online world and it’s getting worse. Last month JPMorgan Chase announced that 76 million households were affected by a recent security breach in which many individuals had their personal information stolen by hackers. To put things in perspective, JPMorgan Chase has 65.8 million open accounts including 30.1 million checking accounts. It’s the second largest mortgage originator in the U.S., and the third largest auto-lender not owned by a car manufacturer. According to the Identify Theft Resource Center, there have been 579 data breaches this year, a 27.5 percent increase over the same period last year. In addition to JPMorgan Chase, reportedly, Target, P.F. Chang’s, Jimmy John’s, Neiman Marcus, Michaels and Sally Beauty Supply have all recently fallen victim to massive hacks and data theft. Millions of pieces of data including names, birthdates,…

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22Apr 13
Learning From The Financial Crisis In Cyprus

Learning from the Financial Crisis in Cyprus

There are a multitude of reasons why you may want to have your adult entertainment business set up outside of the United States. Some of the reasons include favorable tax laws, decreased individual liabilities, and staying outside of the jurisdiction of state and federal agents and prosecutors, just to name a few. For the record, I am not suggesting that you pack up your bags and move your corporate entity and money overseas. Nor am I suggesting that setting up your corporate entity and bank relationships overseas is a bad idea. I am merely urging you to carefully analyze all of the legal and financial aspects of your decision whether or not to pursue an overseas business entity and banking relationship. Imagine that you were running a highly successful adult business that you spent a tremendous amount of time, money and energy setting up overseas. Imagine that your business was…

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