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  • Business Law

    August 18th, 2006
    Business Law
    Article Preview Most companies in the adult industry are not aware of the domestic U.S. tax benefits and incentives that are available to them, have existed for many years, and will be available for more years to come.Each year, billions of dollars are provided by the U.S. government in the form of tax benefits to companies that derive any portion of their income from overseas sources. These benefits are achieved through the application of either the Extraterritorial Income Exclusion (“ETI”) or Interest Charge-Domestic International ...
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    January 27th, 2005
    Business Law
    Article Preview The following checklist is intended as a starting point for legal compliance pertaining to the operation of an online dating site. This checklist is not intended to substitute for competent legal advice, and the operator is strongly encouraged to consult with the site’s business attorney when utilizing this checklist in any way.The following checklist is intended as a starting point for legal compliance pertaining to the operation of an online dating site. This checklist is not intended to substitute for competent legal advice, and the operator is strongly encouraged to consult with the site’s business attorney when utilizing this checklist in any way.


    While operating an ...
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    July 25th, 2003
    Business Law
    Article Preview I recently met another photographer / producer who prompted me to use all the content I've shot over the last few years and start my own paysite. I'm a photographer, not a Web site designer, and he said that if I'd teach him my photographic techniques, he would design the site and do the marketing using my content.I recently met another photographer / producer who prompted me to use all the content I've shot over the last few years and start my own paysite. I'm a photographer, not a Web site designer, and he said that if I'd teach him my photographic techniques, he would design the site and do ...
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    July 25th, 2003
    Business Law
    Article Preview I recently met another photographer / producer who prompted me to use all the content I've shot over the last few years and start my own paysite. I'm a photographer, not a Web site designer, and he said that if I'd teach him my photographic techniques, he would design the site and do the marketing using my content.I recently met another photographer / producer who prompted me to use all the content I've shot over the last few years and start my own paysite. I'm a photographer, not a Web site designer, and he said that if I'd teach him my photographic techniques, he would design the site and do ...
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    July 3rd, 2003
    Business Law
    Article Preview Four recent United States court actions / decisions highlight the issue of just how global the Internet has become as to legal issues. It does not matter where a Web site or a Webmaster or Webmistress is located or housed, the long arm of the law will find you.Four recent United States court actions / decisions highlight the issue of just how global the Internet has become as to legal issues. It does not matter where a Web site or a Webmaster or Webmistress is located or housed, the long arm of the law will find you. This article is not only intended as an introduction to a new player in the Internet legal field, but to give warning to all those who have Web sites – you are not immune from legal matter or actions, no matter where you are located.


    The first of these actions was, in fact, a ...
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    February 27th, 2003
    Business Law
    Article Preview LEGAL BRIEFS





    The Cayman Islands have long been considered an ideal tax-planning jurisdiction because of strong privacy laws and nominal taxation. This has led to the Cayman Islands becoming the fifth-largest financial center in the world, trailing only New York, Hong Kong, London and Tokyo.LEGAL BRIEFS





    The Cayman Islands have long been considered an ideal tax-planning jurisdiction because of strong privacy laws and nominal taxation. This has led to the Cayman Islands becoming the fifth-largest financial center in the world, trailing only New York, Hong Kong, London and Tokyo. The islands ...
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    July 10th, 2002
    Business Law
    Article Preview LEGAL BRIEFS





    It's the question on everyone's mind: How can I escape the expected wave of prosecution by United States law enforcement officials against adult Web sites? Is there a quick fix solution such as moving my Web site servers offshore? How about my bank accounts? Can I form a business entity in the Netherlands, and possibly become subject to more permissive Dutch law? Or should I just get out of the business all together and start an electronic greeting card site?

    As you might expect, there is no simple solution.LEGAL BRIEFS





    It's the question on everyone's mind: How can I escape the expected wave of prosecution by United States law enforcement officials against adult Web sites? Is there a quick fix solution such as moving my Web site servers offshore? How about my bank accounts? Can I form a business entity in the ...
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    July 4th, 2002
    Business Law
    Article Preview Initially, this is not a request to have my e-mail address harvested for inclusion on every mortgage, insurance, debt consolidation or porn e-mail list.Initially, this is not a request to have my e-mail address harvested for inclusion on every mortgage, insurance, debt consolidation or porn e-mail list. That being said, there is a lot of confusion regarding the legal issues surrounding bulk e-mail. This article is simply designed to enlighten you to the potential actions that may be taken by the authorities and private parties against spammers.

    Federal Law

    There is currently no federal law directly prohibiting sending bulk e-mail. A number of bills have been submitted to Congress for debate, but none appear on the cusp of actually being enacted into law. It is anticipated, however, that a variation of the Unsolicited Commercial Electronic Mail Act will ...
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    June 13th, 2002
    Business Law
    Article Preview I have to say, after sitting in on this seminar at Cybernet Expo, and having been in Montreal for 2 ˝ days by this point, I was basically sold on the idea that living in Montreal and doing adult business there would be a spectacular idea.I have to say, after sitting in on this seminar at Cybernet Expo, and having been in Montreal for 2 ˝ days by this point, I was basically sold on the idea that living in Montreal and doing adult business there would be a spectacular idea. I would later learn from some of the locals that some of the negative points about doing adult business in Canada were left out of the discussion during this seminar. ...
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    April 17th, 2002
    Business Law
    Article Preview LEGAL BRIEFS 2 Using agreements in promotional arrangements help clarify each party’s goals and limit the liability of the parties. As there are a variety of promotional arrangements, ranging from advertising to cobranding or affiliate programs, the agreements for these arrangements may vary as well. Advertising Agreements Traditional advertising agreements, where one party hires another to create and place promotional content, usually for a certain period of time, can range from one page to twenty or thirty pages in length depending on the number and complexity of the agency tasks involved.LEGAL BRIEFS 2 Using agreements in promotional arrangements help clarify each party’s goals and limit the liability of the parties. As there are a variety of promotional arrangements, ranging from advertising to cobranding or affiliate programs, the agreements for these ...
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