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Our January Business Bytes highlights american as antitrust, firearm regulation and snap chat class action lawsuit. 

As American as Antitrust.  Major League Baseball’s statutory exemption from antitrust laws is again under attack, as it monopolizes professional baseball in the United States. This historic anomaly may end, resulting in players having more opportunities to play and fans to watch the national pastime. READ MORE   

Firearm Regulation.  Owning, using, selling, carrying and inheriting firearms are subject to complex and ever-changing laws, ordinances and regulations that vary in each state and with the federal overlay, and punishment or liability for violations can be severe. Be sure you understand and comply with all firearm laws, ordinances and regulations, or seek competent advice to ensure you do so. READ MORE

Snap Chat Class Action.  Illinois Biometric Information Protection Act (BIPA) scored another victory for the protection of private personal information (PPI) when Snap Chat settled a DuPage County class action suit. READ MORE  And, more may be on the way as larger class action suits for Snap Chat’s BIPA violations are pending in federal court. READ MORE


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