Zachary James Levine’s Guides

Zachary James Levine

Glendale Business Attorney.

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  1. Restrictions on live-streaming and archiving of court proceedings may be unconstitutional

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, over 2 years ago.

    Commonwealth v. Barnes, SJC-11036 and Commonwealth v. Diorio, SJC-11052 On May 2, 2011, WBUR-FM, a National Public Radio station in Boston began broadcasting live streaming video over the internet of proceedings taking place in the Quincy Division of the District Court Departmen...

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  2. Updates from the Cloud -- The "JOBS Act"

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, over 2 years ago.

    On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (or JOBS Act), which makes rather significant changes to the way that money can be raised for many business, but especially small businesses raising funds online. Almost any transaction for...

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  3. Clickwrap, Browsewrap, and now Referencewrap?

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, over 2 years ago.

    Fadal Machining Centers, LLC v. Compumachine, Inc., 2011 WL 6254979 (9th Cir. December 15, 2011) Fadal Machining Centers, LLC manufactures machines and parts that were distributed by Compumachine, Inc. This relationship existed pursuant to a distributor agreement that was draft...

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  4. The Application of FACTA to Emailed Receipts and Drafting Tips for Forum Selection Clauses

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, over 2 years ago.

    Simonoff v. Expedia, Inc., No. 10-35595 (9th Cir. May 24, 2011) Expedia, Inc. operates a travel website that accepts credit cards and debit cards for the reservation of flights, hotels, cars, cruises, etc. Plaintiff Simonoff purchased travel arrangements through Expedias websit...

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  5. Is Your Online Contract Enforceable?

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, almost 5 years ago.

    Introduction In order to decide if a contract is procedurally unconscionable, courts consider factors such as how the contract was entered into, whether the parties had adequate time to read and unde

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  6. Why You Should Audit Your Legal Documents

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, almost 5 years ago.

    Introduction Most contracts are not required by law to be in writing but a written contract preserves the intent of the parties and makes sure that there is no confusion if a dispute arises in the fu

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  7. How to prepare a term sheet for your attorney

    Written by attorney Zachary Levine, about 5 years ago.

    Why should you prepare a term sheet? This document, which will outline the basic points of your intended agreement, will not only make dealing with your attorney easier, and faster, it might even sav

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