August 2021
alter ego doctrine
As a general principle, corporations are deemed as legal entities separate from their shareholders, officers, and directors. This implicates not only that corporations have legal rights and liabilities distinct from their shareholders or directors, but also that the shareholders and directors are not liable for corporate obligations.
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alcohol, beer, liquor, wine
46th President of the United States Joseph R. Biden recently passed an Executive Order on July 9, 2021 titled “Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy.” The goal of this Executive Order is “to enforce the antitrust laws to combat the excessive concentration of industry, the abuses of market power, and the harmful...
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social media
The progressive popularity of social networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tik Tok, where users post and share personal information, pictures, videos and other content, has also raised the issue of whether users have a right to privacy on those platforms.
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credit card swipe
Using a credit card to pay for goods and services is a fairly common practice. Many credit card users, however, are unaware that every time a credit card is used, the merchant is charged a “swipe fee” or “interchange fee” by the credit card company. This fee must be paid by someone. But who?
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