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Boardroom Brief Exclusives


  1. Business owners: Don’t let your trade secrets walk out the door

    Patents and trademarks are just not enough to protect a company’s intellectual property. Gunster attorney David Bates identifies how implementing particular procedures can help entrepreneurs protect their company’s confidential information.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, May 18, 2015

  2. April 14, 2015

    Q. Can the new Florida Microfinance Act help my small business?

    by Bob White

  3. SEC puts employee confidentiality agreements on notice

    The government’s decision to attack a relatively standard agreement could have far-reaching effects on employer confidentiality provisions.

    by G. Joseph Curley, April 06, 2015

  4. March 25, 2015

    Q. Can environmental consultants be sued for the work they do?

    by Boardroom Brief Staff

  5. Let’s talk cyberinsurance

    High-profile company data breaches are driving CEOs to consider cyberinsurance. Here’s what you need to know to protect your business.

    by Steven J. Boyne, February 27, 2015

  6. February 13, 2015

    Q. Can crowdfunding help marketplace lending?

    by Gregory K. Bader

  7. Florida LLCs: Are you ready for 2015?

    Gunster attorney Stacie Townsend writes about the most significant changes affecting business owners and executives as a part of the Florida Revised Limited Liability Company Act in today’s Daily Business Review.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, January 29, 2015

  8. Act now to incorporate 7 core elements into your ACA compliance program

    Heads-up, Medicare and Medicaid providers: You are strongly encouraged to develop and implement an Affordable Care Act compliance program in anticipation of the Department of Health and Human Services’ release of guidance documents, which will likely be issued soon.

    by Bruce Lamb, January 12, 2015

  9. December 22, 2014

    Q. Is my company vulnerable to cyberattacks like the recent Sony data breach?

    by Steven Boyne

  10. IRS introduces new, streamlined compliance program for taxpayers residing outside the U.S.

    The program is expected to provide thousands of people, such as citizens and green card holders living abroad, a new avenue to become tax compliant. Even green card holders with expired green cards may be required to file U.S. tax returns and may benefit from this new penalty-free program.

    by Martin Press, December 16, 2014
May 29, 2015

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