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New Copyright Laws Thanks to Spotify?

June 4, 2024

The music industry has always been on the frontline of change within the copyright realm. The fast-developing and ever-changing landscape has always been an issue to try and pinpoint the specific mechanism that should exist within the United States to protect this type of art. When trying to determine the protection a song receives, two…

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NFL Rookie Superstar May Want to Know When Term Sheets Are Binding

June 4, 2024

Marvin Harrison Jr. is a former Ohio State University wide receiver who was drafted 4th overall in the 2024 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals. “MHJ” is proclaimed by many to be among the greatest wide receiver prospects of all time. He earned the Biletnikoff Award this past year, awarded to the nation’s best college…

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Rideshare Drivers: Employees or Contractors?

June 4, 2024

On May 21, the California Supreme Court heard arguments that may determine the future of ridesharing in the state. Specifically, the Court is considering how rideshare drivers operating under Uber and Lyft should be compensated following the 2020 ballot measure known as Proposition 22. The case is championed by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)…

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Abbracciare la Compassione: La Politica di Ferie Illimitate di BridgehouseLaw e il Percorso di Henriette

May 23, 2024

Il cancro al seno colpisce milioni di donne in tutto il mondo, e la diagnosi precoce attraverso mammografie regolari è cruciale per un trattamento efficace. Henriette Morton di BridgehouseLaw ha recentemente ricevuto una diagnosi di cancro al seno, sottolineando l’importanza degli screening sanitari e delle politiche lavorative compassionevoli. La storia di Henriette, insieme all’approccio innovativo…

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Abbracciare il Cambiamento: La Decisione di BridgehouseLaw di Passare a una Politica di Ferie Illimitate Retribuite (UPTO)

May 23, 2024

In risposta al panorama in evoluzione dell’equilibrio tra lavoro e vita privata e alle dinamiche post-Covid, l’ufficio di BridgehouseLaw a Charlotte, North Carolina, ha subito una significativa trasformazione delle politiche, passando da un tradizionale sistema di Ferie a Livelli a una più progressiva politica di Unlimited Paid Time Office (UPTO) [Ferie Illimitate Retribuite]. Riconoscere la…

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Embracing Compassion: BridgehouseLaw’s Unlimited PTO Policy and Henriette’s Journey

May 22, 2024

Breast cancer affects millions of women worldwide, and early detection through regular mammograms is crucial for effective treatment. Henriette Morton of BridgehouseLaw recently received a breast cancer diagnosis, highlighting the importance of health screenings and compassionate workplace policies. Henriette’s story, coupled with the firm’s forward-thinking approach to Unlimited Paid Time Off (UPTO), underscores how supportive…

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Banning Noncompetes to Drive Competition in the U.S.

May 2, 2024

On April 23, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in the U.S. issued a new rule after voting to ban for-profit US employers from using noncompete clauses in employment agreements. The FTC estimates that 18% of U.S. workers, or nearly 30 million people, are bound by noncompete clauses. Noncompetes are a widespread practice and the FTC…

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P!nk vs. P.inc vs. Pink

May 2, 2024

Trademarks can be one of the most valuable assets any business or person may have when producing content or general work. When talking about trademarks, they are the link that exists between the product or service that is marketed and sold to the public and its source, creator, or originator. Although an intangible property, trademarks…

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Meet Our Team – Employment Attorney Crystal McBride at BridgehouseLaw

May 2, 2024

BridgehouseLaw is pleased to announce that Crystal McBride is joining our Charlotte team as an Associate Attorney. Before law school, Crystal held several director and executive leadership human resources positions. She is well versed in foreign and domestic human resources and employment obligations, including GDPR, onboarding, offboarding, employee relations, company handbooks, HR systems, wage and hour laws,…

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Record Shipping Insurance Costs in Baltimore

April 3, 2024

The damage in the wake of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse could cost insurers up to $4 billion, setting a record as the largest marine insurance loss ever. The bridge collapsed into the Patapsco River on March 26, 2024, after the Dali container ship, owned by Singapore-based Grace Ocean Private Ltd., hit a supporting…

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