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Facebook Users Can Sue Over Facial Recognition, Court Rules

August 9, 2019

A federal appeals court is allowing a group of users to sue Facebook on claims the social network collected their facial data without consent. On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit rejected Facebook’s efforts to dismiss […]


Supercharge Your Marketing by Learning Advanced SEO

July 30, 2019

Learning the foundations of SEO and applying them to your company’s website is a huge step in the right direction. However, Google updates and changes its algorithm every few years, and you’ve got to set up your SEO with the […]


The Most Forgotten Tax Deductions Business Owners Should Take

July 23, 2019

When I review a client’s tax return, I always try to grab the low-hanging fruit first–simple, easy deductions that can quickly have a big impact on my clients’ bottom lines. Here’s my power list of the most underused write-offs and […]


Tax Code, Regulations and Guidance

Justice Department takes step to decertify union for immigration judges

August 12, 2019

Via: ABA Journal

The U.S. Department of Justice took a step Friday to decertify the union for immigration judges by filing a petition with the Federal Labor Relations Authority. The petition asks the authority to determine whether the union should have its certification […]


Tax Code, Regulations and Guidance

Federal appeals court allows cross to remain on county seal

August 12, 2019

Via: Jurist

The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled Thursday that Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, can maintain its current seal, which includes an image of a cross among other secular symbols. Lehigh County’s current seal was adopted in 1944. The […]


Tax Code, Regulations and Guidance

Judge tosses suit over Harvard Law Review’s racial and sexual preferences, allows do-over complaint

August 9, 2019

Via: ABA Journal

Federal judge in Boston has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Harvard Law Review violates federal law by using racial and gender preferences when selecting its student members. U.S. District Judge Leo Sorokin tossed the suit Thursday because of standing problems, […]