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In the context of today’s fast-growing “gig economy,” where an internet platform or app can facilitate consumer transactions and payments, it is easier for people to offer unique services, like food delivery, ride sharing, home repair, and cleaning with just a few swipes of their...

Agricultural providers and producers face numerous legal and regulatory challenges. They must comply with an increasing number of state and federal requirements, including labor and employment laws, environmental regulations, land use, pesticide use, food safety, and more. Agriculture technology (“AgTech”) is the leading solution to...

In contrast to the federal perspective on marijuana businesses, popular vote has legalized recreational marijuana in four states and the District of Columbia. In addition, medical marijuana is legal in 25 states. States that legalize marijuana often levy heavy excise taxes on marijuana products. These...

The U.S. attracts foreign investment and entrepreneurs by providing various incentives in the tax code for starting and expanding American businesses. It can also contain traps, however, for the poorly advised. The following is a brief overview of the U.S. tax laws as they apply...

A common issue for founders of Silicon Valley startups is finding investors before they have any traction in order to fund the very business operations that will create traction. While founders typically spend a lot of time seeking capital from “angel” investors in order to...

An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is an event in which a new cryptocurrency project sells a portion of its cryptocurrency tokens to early enthusiasts in exchange for convertible virtual currency (e.g., bitcoin, ether) or government fiat.   ICO “tokens” or “coins” are, in essence, digital coupons...

In the last few decades, many AgTech businesses have found it increasingly difficult to navigate the multitude of tax laws imposed by states and localities. The process of determining the correct tax base, collecting tax from customers, and remitting that tax to the appropriate authority...

State-legal marijuana businesses operate in a twilight zone: Legal for state purposes, but illegal for federal. In this gray zone, many tax traps hide, waiting for the unwary. This article will help make you a little more wary. Let’s begin by looking at marijuana businesses from...

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