By: Jaclyn Sayegh A slew of not-so-pleased fans continue to express their disapproval with Taylor Swift after learning that she is seeking trademark protection of her popular song lyrics. Some critics claim that Swift is “going to war” with fans, while others describe the crackdown as “shrewd.” One music group has even gone so far
By: Leah Norod Trouble in paradise? You’re not alone. According to Forbes, roughly 80% of business partnerships end in divorce: that’s higher than the marriage divorce rate. If you and your business partner no longer see eye to eye, it may be time for a split. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind
By: Kiersten McKoy Last week, in an interesting example of New York contract law, Grammy Award winning rap artist Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., a/k/a Lil Wayne, filed a lawsuit against his record label, Cash Money Records, Inc., in New York demanding $51 million.
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