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What is influencer whitelisting?

Influencer whitelisting, or content creator whitelisting, may seem like it’s been around for years but it is still a relatively new marketing tool. It started somewhere around 2017 and has become more prevalent since the pandemic. But what, in fact, is it? Influencer whitelisting At its core, influencer whitelisting is...

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What is deferred compensation?

Many companies want to reward employees, contractors, and others with incentives to reward their contributions without dipping into the cash needed to continue investing in the business. As a result, companies may turn to “deferred compensation” structures, giving these contributors stock options, future bonuses or other future compensation arrangements. These...

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Roe v. Wade

At Odin Law and Media, we are outraged at the overturning of Roe v. Wade. We acknowledge the basic truth that women are competent, autonomous people who will make their own healthcare decisions. These choices are intensely private, and the government has no role to play in them. The entire...

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Developments regarding the CCPA and CPPR

In November 2020, California voters approved the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (CPRA) which amended and extended the original California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (CCPA). Previously, rulemaking authority under the Acts belonged solely to the state Attorney General. However, the CPRA established the California Privacy Protection Agency and...

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What does at-will employment mean?

At-will employment is the default rule of employment in the United States. However, some states, even ones that adhere generally to at-will employment, have restrictions and limitations surrounding employment termination. This post summarizes at-will employment in a general sense and does not delve into all exceptions and restrictions. As always,...

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