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Subsidiary of ViaSat pays over $12 million for false small business certifications

On March 12, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of California announced that San Diego-based TrellisWare Technologies, Inc., had agreed to pay over $12 million to settle civil allegations that the company had falsely certified that it was … Continue reading

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The Music Process – Between New Business Models And Lawsuits (IP-Watch)

by Pedro Paranaguá. The traditional business model of the phonographic industry is being left behind by the competitiveness of new technologies. The technological world is evolving, but some businesses are struggling as they are not adapting themselves to the ever-increasing … Continue reading

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What is a Real Estate Trade or Business?

There are a lot of questions about the new Sec. 199A pass thru deduction.  One question is whether real estate will qualify as a trade or business.  Since it is not defined in Sec. 199A, general tax law will apply.  … Continue reading

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Matthew Willens Interviewed by Shalom Klein on Get Down To Business Radio Show

Shalom: Welcome back to Get Down to Business. I’m thrilled to be joined in studio by the dynamic duo, but I’m thrilled to be joined by Matt Willens, personal injury attorney—rated among the top personal injury attorneys in Chicago. Matt, … Continue reading

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Building Your Law Firm’s Business with 10 Social Media Hacks

There's an easy way for law firms to think about social media. Instead of a vast, overwhelming network of talking heads, social media is one thing and one thing only for businesses: Opportunity. Categories: PaperStreet The post Building Your Law Firm’s … Continue reading

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