The Schick razor company recently complained to the National Advertising Division (an ad industry regulatory body administered by the Better Business Bureau) about ads created by the Dollar Shave Club. Schick believed the ads accused name-brand razor companies of engaging in price-gouging and ripping off customers by charging extra for useless features. One Shave Club ad showed a razor customer at a drugstore receiving a “free gift” of a kick in the groin along with his name-
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Acting in a General Counsel capacity, Rubenstein Business Law (RBL) recently saved one of its clients over 30% in business insurance premiums.
In the course of performing an operations audit to increase efficiencies and minimize expenses, RBL learned that the company's business insurance premiums were exceedingly high. The firm used its team of professionals to analyze the poli
The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision extending same-sex marriage to every state will have a big effect on many employee benefit programs. Prior to the ruling, most states (and the federal government) recognized same-sex marriage. If all of your employees live in states that previously recognized gay marriages, then no changes are required. But if any of your employees live in previously “non-marriage” states, then the ruling will make a difference. If some of your workers