July 2018 | Romano Law


Month: July 2018

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5 Legal Tips to protect your business on Instagram

Instagram has evolved from a mere personal space for posting pictures and videos into a massive platform that connects over 800 million monthly active users. Over the past five to ten years, many of these users have found ways to capitalize on the outreach that Instagram affords by starting businesses through the site itself.  From

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Non-competition clauses in employment agreements: How to Create a non-Coercive Environment

Updated: June 30, 2020 Restrictive covenants limiting post-employment competition, commonly referred as “non-compete clauses”, have been a widely discussed topic in the legal field for many years.  Non-compete clauses have been extensively contested over their arguable unreasonableness in duration, scope, and geography.  Now, though, New York has added a new wrinkle to the mix. In Integra

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4 Things You Should Know About the Music Modernization Act

On April 25, 2018, the U.S House of Representatives took its first steps towards music industry reform by unanimously passing the Music Modernization Act (MMA).  This bill tackles the current, decades-old music licensing system, and attempts to bring it into the 21st Century.  Although it currently awaits Senate approval, the MMA enjoys wide bipartisan support

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Morals Clauses – What’s New?

Morals clauses are typically called upon to allow employers to disassociate with talent or high-profile employees who exhibit bad behavior.  The rapid growth of the #MeToo movement and a newfound zero tolerance attitude in entertainment and business has caused morals clauses to become more broad in scope, and for terminations under them to be more

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