Category Business Law

McCuaig Law Firm blog posts discussing the latest legal developments in business and transactional law.

Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) and S-corporations – a Perfect Match?

Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOPs”) are a means of attracting and retaining employees, growing your business, and providing for the future succession of your company. At its basic level, ESOPs use financial incentives that allow a company to grow while maintaining a control structure more typical of a family-owned business. According to a Rutgers study,

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The Importance of Online Terms of Use – Clickwrap and Browsewrap

Terms of Use on Websites Website operators function in a risky legal environment for liability. All web operators, especially for commercial websites, have a constant influx of users either purchasing products or merely visiting their webpages. All these web operators have duties to the rights of their users. Those duties can include adhering to online

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How California’s Online Privacy Law Affects your Business

No business owner enjoys opening the mail and finding a letter from the Attorney General notifying them they are in violation of the law – and threatening civil penalties. However, in 2012, this is what hundreds of mobile app operators received from the California Attorney General’s Office. It’s understandable that the operators would be surprised.

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