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Employment Law

How Employers Can Support Working Moms Post-Pandemic

Working moms have been especially hard-hit by the stress of pandemic life. When schools and daycares shut down, working moms* were expected to take on the role of teacher, in addition to their other two full-time jobs: mom and employee.

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Copyright Law

Tattoos, Copyright Law, and the Doctrine of Fair Use

The murmuring conversation surrounding tattoos as copyrightable art is growing increasingly loud. Tattoos, once stereotyped as a heart surrounding “mom” on a nostalgic sailor’s shoulder, are now coveted artworks which can shape an individual’s identity and how one is seen by the world. Would Mike Tyson’s persona be the same without the face tattoo surrounding his left eye? And, speaking of face tattoos, would we recognize Post Malone without the sixty-plus tattoos on his face?

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Homebuying

6 Tips for Purchasing a Used Tiny Home on Wheels

Home is where the heart is, even if it’s tiny. The tiny home market is massive and continuing to grow, and many buyers opt to purchase used instead of new. While this is a great option, there are a few items that we encourage purchasers of used tiny homes on wheels to be mindful of before taking the plunge.

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Employment Law

Navigating Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination as an Employer

According to recent guidance published by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), private employers may require employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. The EEOC enforces workplace anti-discrimination laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act, both of which impact an employer’s ability to require vaccination against COVID-19.

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Entrepreneur & Startup

Seek the World Beyond the “All Right”

After teaching in low income schools for four years, I became disenfranchised. I had teacher friends trying to raise their own kids on welfare while they worked full time, and my schools’ administrators repeatedly disregarded my ideas for change. I felt I had no voice, and at the same time I could barely pay my rent. There had to be a way to do well and do good at the same time. I decided to go to law school.

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Estate Planning

Pet Trusts: Estate Planning for Your Pets in Colorado

Many of us consider our pets to be a part of our families, but what many may not realize is that we can plan for our beloved animals in our estate planning documents. Have you thought about who you would want to care for your pets in the event of your death? Should you leave their caretakers a certain amount of money to cover expenses?

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Data Privacy

Privacy Wars: Will Apple’s App Tracking Transparency Disrupt the Tech Industry?

Earlier this month, The Washington Post revealed that in 2016, Australian firm Azimuth Security unlocked the iPhone of the San Bernadino terrorist. The hack followed a public battle between Apple and the FBI over privacy versus national security interests, with Apple arguing that permitting the FBI to unlock the iPhone would be a breach of Apple’s privacy policy. Increasingly, Apple’s position on customer privacy has become central to its brand.

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