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Telemedicine is future medicine. While telemedicine companies are pushing the boundaries—allowing patients to speak with a doctor on their favorite computer device—legal and regulatory issues play a key role in how companies offer services. more...

- - Technology

If you’ve never heard of a trust mill, consider yourself lucky, but also be wary. There’s a growing segment of trust “advisors” trying to convince unsuspecting Americans to transfer their investments into riskier ventures. Here’s what you need to know and what to do about it. more...

- - Estate Planning Basics

With smartphones getting even smarter, mobile apps related to health and wellness are turning our phones into the “tricorder” of Star Trek fame. Here’s what’s up ahead in the next frontier of medicine. more...

- - Technology

Taxi unions have been pushing for some regulation of ride-sharing companies for a while, and California has listened—but will the proposed rules be enough to satisfy taxi drivers and will other states follow California's lead? more...

- - Trends

Costumes aren't what they used to be. Here's how to keep your office out of a cauldron of legal hot water this All Hallow's Eve. more...

- - Seasonal Tips

The apartment entrepreneur. If you aren't one, you probably know one. Everybody has a friend writing a screenplay or music, consulting, or trying to turn a hobby into a moneymaker…all from the comfort of residential rental property. This is not to mention the boom of tech start-ups begun out of living rooms and garages not only in Silicon Valley, but all across the United States. more...

- - Running Your Business

When you want to purchase a new TV, you just go out and choose one without regard for who provides your cable service or how you plan to use it. Purchasers of mobile phones have had similar flexibility for the past few years with the option of unlocking their mobile phone for use with a different service provider. But earlier this year the rules changed, making it illegal to unlock your mobile phone without the carrier’s authorization.

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- - Personal Finance

What happens when a divorced parent fails to make court-ordered child support payments or to make them promptly? Court-ordered child support payments are among the more contested aspects of divorce proceedings. They can be difficult to comply with and even more difficult to collect, but there is hope for those who face the issue squarely.

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- - Divorce

Although we’ve seen our fair share of infamous, high-ranking white-collar criminals the last few years, white-collar crime affects all rungs on the corporate ladder. Protecting your company from these kinds of crimes, both inside and outside of your walls, is becoming trickier than ever before.  more...

- - White-Collar Crime

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been one of the most hotly contested election season issues. But the Supreme Court’s recent ruling refocused the debate. Now the question has become, is Obamacare really bad for business? more...

- - Running Your Business