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Direct-to-consumer ("DTC" or “D2C”) e-commerce businesses have unique legal needs and, as such, need unique DTC e-commerce attorneys like the ones at Revision Legal. As we say, we understand D2C businesses because we are one (even though our product, of course, is delivered in conference rooms, board rooms, and courtrooms). Being DTC means significant additional…READ MORE
When one company -- or other type of business entity -- buys the assets of another, the companies negotiate and execute a detailed Asset Purchase Agreement. Among many other sets of provisions, there is a series of clauses called "indemnification" or "hold harmless" clauses. The purpose of an indemnification clause is to shift the risk…READ MORE
If you do not already know, many employers -- both large and small -- use Automated Employment Decision Tools ("AEDT") when making hiring decisions. Automated Employment Decision Tools may be as simple as using screening software to eliminate applicants with an insufficient number of years in the industry or an inadequate level of schooling/training for…READ MORE
The state of Indiana recently passed its own version of a consumer data privacy/protection statute called the Indiana Consumer Data Protection Act ("ICDPA"). The new law becomes effective on January 1, 2026. The ICDPA has many of the same aspects as other similar laws passed in states like California, Texas, Utah, Colorado, Connecticut, etc. As…READ MORE