November 2019 | Romano Law


Month: November 2019

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California’s New Legislation is a Game-Changer for Student Athletes

It is no secret that the NCAA is a very profitable business, and student athletes are clamoring for their fair share. To that end, the Fair Pay to Play Act was introduced earlier this year and picked up steam after California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law.  California’s recent legislation is paving the

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Do You Have Permission to Use That Image?

In a digital world where you can find most any content you want online for free, it is easy to think you can use someone else’s photo, graphic, logo, chart or another image for your own purposes. It makes everyone think, do you have permission to use that image? Celebrities are even guilty of this.  Dozens

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Understanding Breach of Fiduciary Duties Claims

Many types of business relationships can result in creating a fiduciary duty from one party to the other. Partners in a business, officers and directors of a company, participants in a joint venture, principals and agents are all examples of trust relationships which give rise to fiduciary duty and can lead to litigation if someone

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