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On February 3, 2015 By Thomas Hayden February 2, 2015
In mid-February, Airbnb will begin to collect hotel taxes in four more cities: Washington, D.C., Chicago, San Jose, and Amsterdam. The short-term home rental service has been collecting taxes in Portland, Oregon and San Francisco for about a year now.
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Hershey Company has settled the trademark infringement lawsuit it filed in June against TinctureBelle, LLC and TinctureBelle Marijuanka LLC, Colorado based marijuana-candy companies. Hershey claimed consumers would be confused by the similarities between marijuana-infused chocolate products and popular Hershey favorites. Other included claims were: trademark dilution, false designation of origin, unfair competition, and passing off.
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A legal secretary at Saul Ewing in Washington, D.C., found herself in hot water with the law after her employer discovered she was using a law firm corporate credit card to finance an exotic dancing enterprise called “Show N Tell Entertainment,” a service that provides male exotic performers to female clientele. Jariette Richie, [...]Continue Reading →
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