Can Twitter and Other Online Platforms Legally Moderate Content? By Julian Oscar Alvarez, Litigation Department and Nathan M. Shaw, Corporate Department In recent months, a growing number of commentators have suggested that an internet platform such as Twitter commits censorship when it chooses to remove content a user posts on one of its webpages, and/or […]
In April 2022, the California Secretary of State launched its new online filing system, “bizfile.” While many of its features are convenient, existing entities are required to designate an “Authorized User” in order to file documents online. It’s particularly important to consider this, since expedited filing options are only available online, and not over the counter. Many […]
I recently attended the Kayo Women’s Credit & Debt Finance Summit in Boston, Massachusetts. What that summit revealed was a number of financing trend insights that JMBM is starting to see as well. Below, we want to share highlights raised at the summit, many of which match our own observations in the deal marketplace, with […]
On December 27, 2020, the President signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (“2021 Act”), which contains the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act (“Economic Aid Act”). The acts contain changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) that are intended to limit assistance to small businesses that need the financial support. The […]
An article by William F. Capps and Vanessa Han titled “UCC Article 2 Implied Warranties (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by William F. Capps titled “Services Agreement (Pro-Service Provider) (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by William F. Capps titled “Services Agreement (Pro-Customer) (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
An article by William F. Capps titled “General Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (Pro-Buyer) (CA),” was published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
For more information on how we can help your business, visit our COVID-19 Resource Center. Expansion of the Main Street Lending Program to Nonprofit Organizations On July 17, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston announced the expansion of the Main Street Lending Program to extend credit to nonprofit organizations such as hospitals and social service […]
We live in unprecedented times. Never before in modern history has the United States voluntarily shut-down its entire national economy in order to stop a virus pandemic. Payrolls have dropped by more than 21 million workers, wiping-out a decade of job gains. New orders, production, hiring, and new exports all fell again in May. As […]