Jason Moss

Top 5 Things to Know About the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA)

  On June 28, 2018 California enacted the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). This legislation gives consumers rights to control how their personal data is collected and used. The CCPA goes into effect on January 1, 2020 Although the law doesn’t go into effect until January 1, 2020 the CCPA requires companies to …

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Episode 25: Copyrights

In this week’s special speed-cast, Peter and Alexander discuss copyright law. From copyright registration to copyright infringement laws, it is important to know how you can protect your intellectual and creative property, especially because copyrights last for significantly long periods of time as shown in this chart by Tom Bell. What exactly is a copyright? Why …

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Episode 24: Independent Contractor Relationships

In this week’s podcast, Alexander and Peter discuss the specifics of independent contractor relationships. While many generally understand what an independent contractor is and what an employee is, the understanding of the distinction between the two is often vague. As an employer, why is it important to know the difference between the two? From the …

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Episode 23: Trademark Registration

In a previous episode, Alexander and Peter have discussed trademarks in general and intellectual property. In this week’s podcast, they delve into the topic of registering a trademark. A trademark, while protecting your intellectual and physical property, also functions to increase the value of your company as it transforms the intangible assets of a company …

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Changes to the Washington Nonprofit Handbook

In July 2018, the Washington Nonprofit Handbook will be getting a much-needed update. The handbook, which was released in 2009, is an all-encompassing guide for nonprofits that covers everything from broad topics like formation and maintenance of a nonprofit corporate to more specific issues like employment guidelines and rules regarding intellectual property. Our very own …

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Episode 22: Nonprofit Conflict

As a nonprofit charity, it’s natural to be worried about conflicts of interest; however, you don’t always have to be. In fact, certain instances are encouraged! In this week’s podcast, Alexander and Peter explain why. Conflicts of interest implicate two main bodies of law—state and federal. On a federal level, it is of course vital …

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Episode 21: Non-Disclosure Agreements

This week, Alexander and Peter take a look at the first step in most business relationships— signing a Non-Disclosure Agreement, also known as an NDA. Having a written NDA is significant in order to protect you, your company, and the inner workings of your company. NDAs can be used for a variety of reasons, like …

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Episode 20: General Data Protection Regulation

In this week’s podcast, Alexander and Peter examine General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and how it affects consumers and companies alike. Because data is considered as anything that can identify you, it is all protected under the GDPR. Thus, as a business, to take any data from someone protected under the GDPR, you must know …

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